Microsoft Defender

Discussion in 'Computing' started by blofelds_cat, Mar 29, 2009.

  1. blofelds_cat

    blofelds_cat Guest

    M$ is offering me a free download of 'Defender'. Is it worth installing?
    thanks,

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    rgds,

    Pete
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    http://pw352.blogspot.com

    "Rudd's spin doctoring rhetoric is down to a fine art. He sucked in the moronic majority at the election, and everything has been downhill since. Mainstream Australia is only now meeting the real Kevin Rudd, the master of spin and deflection"

    "We had a choice at the last election- John Howard's work choices, or export jobs to China. We chose the latter"

    "Have Australians completely lost all common sense. How can Rudd still have such a high approval rating? Are we really such a shallow country that we swallow the propaganda from this attention-seeking bureaucrat?"

    -media comments
     
    blofelds_cat, Mar 29, 2009
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  2. I have it. Seems to have come with Vista (unless the crap MS software downloaded
    and installed it without my consent). Its passable.
     
    Dr. Sir John Howard, AC, WSCMoF, Mar 29, 2009
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  3. blofelds_cat

    blofelds_cat Guest

    Yes, it comes with Vista, and is offered as a free download for anyone
    with a genuine copy of XP with SP2.

    --
    rgds,

    Pete
    =====
    http://pw352.blogspot.com

    "Rudd's spin doctoring rhetoric is down to a fine art. He sucked in the moronic majority at the election, and everything has been downhill since. Mainstream Australia is only now meeting the real Kevin Rudd, the master of spin and deflection"

    "We had a choice at the last election- John Howard's work choices, or export jobs to China. We chose the latter"

    "Have Australians completely lost all common sense. How can Rudd still have such a high approval rating? Are we really such a shallow country that we swallow the propaganda from this attention-seeking bureaucrat?"

    -media comments
     
    blofelds_cat, Mar 29, 2009
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  4. It's about as useful as Microsnots Windows Live OneCare.
    In other words it's NOT.

    There are much better and cheaper ones around, even the free
    ones are better.
     
    son of a bitch, Mar 30, 2009
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  5. So with the "cheaper ones", *they* actually pay *you*? Amazing!
     
    Frank Slootweg, Apr 3, 2009
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