Ad-Aware Free Anniversary Edition. 3 replies

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Modern Warfare

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#1 10 years ago

Ad-Aware now has an extended version of Ad-Aware Free, called the Anniversary Edition. It now automatically updates itself, and has some (but not all) Ad-Watch features as well as ThreatWork, a feature that allows you to submit suspicious files for analysis.

Not only that, it has a nice new skin that tells you at a glance what status the update and Ad-Watch features are at. Other than that it seems to scan much faster now, so those of you whom love Ad-Aware or have heard about it, give this new one a try, it's much better. [COLOR=Blue] Ad-Aware Free - Lavasoft[/COLOR]




RadioShackRob

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#2 10 years ago

Eh, does it scan in real time? If not I will probably stick with Malwarebytes.




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#3 10 years ago
RadioShackRob;4785830Eh, does it scan in real time? If not I will probably stick with Malwarebytes.

As mentioned it has minimal Ad-Watch features, which is the real time part of it. So that AAWService.exe process that ran all the time before is now there for a reason. It's showing around 19MB RAM consumption.

The only complaint I've heard of so far is a glitch they're looking into whereby AAWTray.exe keeps running as a process even after disabling the Ad-Aware taskbar icon. It takes up about 2.7MB RAM. I have disabled it, ended the process in Task Manager, and even thoroughly deleted it via Search Assistant and registry searches and still it reappears as a process.




NCC1017spock

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#4 10 years ago

I had As-Aware, however it stopped working a while ago, I think some viris have been able to get around it, and/or shut it down? O_O To many evil poeple with to much time on there hands !>_