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From: littlecharlie on 23 Apr 2010 17:21
On Thu, 22 Apr 2010 19:13:22 -0600, "Buffalo" <Eric(a)nada.com.invalid>
>David H. Lipman wrote:
>> From: "Buffalo" <Eric(a)nada.com.invalid>
>>> Leythos wrote:
>>>> In article <cbbb0479-515a-437c-bbfd-2a2a5bc67f52
>>>> @q31g2000prf.googlegroups.com>, ron916(a)gmail.com says...
>>>>> Perhaps there is another subtle message here, too. The systems
>>>>> crippled by the faulty McAfee update were Windows XP SP3 PC's.
>>>>> Perhaps it's time to upgrade to Windows 7?
>>>> A better solution would be to abandon McAfee and don't look back. I
>>>> have uninstalled it from thousands of machines in favor of ANYTHING
>>>> ELSE for years.
>>> I run Win2000Pro and I dl'd and used McAfee that was offered by
>>> Comcast. Stupid program erased all the email in my Inbox. Great
>>> anti-virus program. :)
>>> Buffalo :)
>> There's a *big* difference between the retail version (offered by
>> Comcast) and the Enterprise version.
>Would the Enterprise version have deleted all my emails,
>sent,drafts,,,,,,instead of just my Inbox ones ?
This and other past McAfee update problems now makes them the "Toyota"
of AV products.