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dabigoreo last won the day on September 19 2016

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  1. I couldn't agree more with the OP! Unwarranted nagging that can't be disabled is why I left another AV company. Guess I'll be leaving NOD32 again, probably for good.
  2. Did you even read my message? - "I don't use email clients and don't need this to be on so why does it insist on being on?" The point is if I want to turn off ANY portion of this program I should be able to without it nagging me to turn it back on. It's called CHOICE. Update: Turns out I didn't have all the right controls turned off (see link). Once done, no more nag on the eset home page. I stand corrected. hxxp://dabigoreo.fastmail.fm/#single:eset9.JPG
  3. This is one of the reasons why I rolled back to v8 before - why is there no way to turn this off (see link)??? Notification verbosity does nothing to clear this. I don't use email clients and don't need this to be on so why does it insist on being on? hxxp://dabigoreo.fastmail.fm/#single:eset_nod32_v9.JPG At least with eset MS updates notification nag, you could fine tune that so it wouldn't create a nag screen on your eset home page. This dumbing down of the product ala Microsoft and removing choice from the user are steps in the wrong direction.
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