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SUPERAntiSpyware 4.0.1112 BETA Released

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+hayc59    51

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01.24.08

Whats New

? Resolves all reported issues with Direct Disk Scanning. This "should" be the final release candidate. Importantb>:

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+warwagon    9,939

great software

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1Frothy    0

Thanks for the update.

Have they fixed the UAC thing in Vista yet?

No, updater at login still triggers UAC. That is totally insane. Uninstalled

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+warwagon    9,939
Thanks for the update.

Have they fixed the UAC thing in Vista yet?

No, updater at login still triggers UAC. That is totally insane. Uninstalled

oh come on how big of deal is it to click allow, I mean really. am I the only person on this planet that is not annoyed by UAC?

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1Frothy    0
oh come on how big of deal is it to click allow, I mean really. am I the only person on this planet that is not annoyed by UAC?

;) You may well be. I really detest applications that are not complaint with Vista asking permission, if Kaspersky AV 7 can update without an annoying UAC prompt, then SAS 4 should too.

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Andrew Lyle    335
oh come on how big of deal is it to click allow, I mean really. am I the only person on this planet that is not annoyed by UAC?

I'm thinking of enabling it again, but I will need to allow so much stuff thats currently not even approved. I disabled it the day of install.

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:: Lyon ::    35

This anti spyware is great (I've used it to get rid of the annoying ndt2.sys spyware crashes

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Panacik    26
Thanks for the update.

Have they fixed the UAC thing in Vista yet?

No, updater at login still triggers UAC. That is totally insane. Uninstalled

Yeah, i heard a few bad things about the software.

oh come on how big of deal is it to click allow, I mean really. am I the only person on this planet that is not annoyed by UAC?

Yes. From what i gather, most people who have it active, still get annoyed by it, but see it as a "security" feature that needs to remain on and would slate you for disabling it. However, i hate the thing as do many others.

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