Well so far I see a minor improvement in overall av performance. But still the av spike the cpu when I open the folder full with shortcuts. And during a full system scan av it is a cpu killer. From my point of view we need a scan performance option in full system scan settings(low, medium, high) like avast has(I think it is related to processor affinity). Because the current scan priority is useless IMHO. You need to work in this area because this is the biggest minus of comodo av. So I love the fact that you guys are working on av performance but still there is a long road till comodo av will have the same performance like other great names in av industry.
Hi there. Yes but with the proper adjustment. The current one is only for priority if another process require cpu usage(over all you will still have a high cpu usage). For instance if you select the background one, if no other process is running comodo av will use 80-90% cpu wear. So doesn’t help solving the issue of overheating and poor performance during a full scan. I know for quite some time I’m complaining about the av performance, but that is only because I see so many disadvantages in using comodo av on a laptop. Only solution I find right now with full system scan is to change the CPU affinity either in windows task manager(if you don’t use hips) or in KillSwitch (if you use hips) and chose only one core for cavwp.exe. So if Comodo doesn’t find a real solution for this one at least ad this minor tweak in full system scan menu(ability to choose the affinity).