Free Panda Beta Titanium Antivirus?


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Buffalo

What is the opinion on this offer?

"
What do you have to do?
Download the beta version of Panda Titanium 2006 Antivirus or Panda Platinum
2006
Internet Security, depending on your needs.

Discover its new functions, its complete protection against viruses and other
Internet
threats, its intuitive handling... and send us all the incidents you detect to
help us
improve the product!

You have two download options:

1. Commercial beta. As well as actively participating in the product Beta
Program, you
will be purchasing, in advance, the final release version of the program with 1
year's
full services, WITH A 50% DISCOUNT! When the beta period ends, we will
contact you to explain how to access the final release version you have
purchased in
advance.

2. Free beta. Protects your computer free of charge during the Beta Program, and
you
will also help us to achieve the highest possible level of quality of the final
release
product.


Download the beta version of Titanium 2006 Antivirus or Platinum 2006 Internet
Security and get information about the terms and conditions of this promotion
at:
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

And don't forget to send us the incidents you detect! You could win an Apple
iPod
shuffle! "

Is Panda really any good?
Is it a resource hog?
Pros or Cons welcome.
Thanks
Presently I am using NSW2003 and ZA Pro (along with AdAware and SpyWareBlaster).
 
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What's in a Name?

What is the opinion on this offer?

If this is your main computer which has important files and you do
not regularly make backups,you should stay away from beta products.
If this is your test computer-install it and then tell the rest of us
how it is going.(I've got 2 computers that I use for testing)
-max
PS-that's why they call it beta
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Buffalo

What's in a Name? said:
If this is your main computer which has important files and you do
not regularly make backups,you should stay away from beta products.
If this is your test computer-install it and then tell the rest of us
how it is going.(I've got 2 computers that I use for testing)
-max
PS-that's why they call it beta
--
Playing Nice on Usenet:
http://oakroadsystems.com/genl/unice.htm#xpost
My Pages: http://home.neo.rr.com/manna4u/
Change nomail.afraid.org to yahoo.com to reply.
Registered Linux User #393236

Thanks, I understand the term beta, to a degree.
Do you think Panda is a good anti-virus program? Pros and Cons?
Thanks.
 
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What's in a Name?

Thanks, I understand the term beta, to a degree.
Do you think Panda is a good anti-virus program? Pros and Cons?
Thanks.
It has been a while since I've used Panda. At the time I used
it,Panda was eaiser on resources than Norton<cough>or McAfee<sneeze>
I rely more on safe-hex than a scanner these days.
-max
--
Playing Nice on Usenet:
http://oakroadsystems.com/genl/unice.htm#xpost
My Pages: http://home.neo.rr.com/manna4u/
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Registered Linux User #393236
 

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