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  1. Weety... I agree. Every major 3rd party app I own has already upgraded to accommodate Yosemite. So, yet again, I find myself waiting on ESET to release a compatible version before I can install an OS that, in this case, has been in Beta since July of this year. I really like ESET and find their products to be the best on the market... I just wish they'd be a bit more responsive to their customers needs.
  2. Well, I've had it... throwing in the towel. Even after uninstalling and reinstalling, I still have problems. The panic crashes I had with Mavericks and are gone but now with, esets_daemon keeps running up my CPU load... the cooling fan sounds like a leaf blower and my CPU temps are spiking around 105c. I've uninstalled and said good-bye to ESET until they get this sorted out, which me off because I'm paying for something I can no longer use. I've installed Sophos Anti Virus (free) and have had no problems with CPU loads or crashes. I hope ESET will take note and do the right thing.
  3. Same issue here. Installed version 6 and I began having kernal panics and crashes (the culprits were both esets_proxy and esets_daemon). I have a mid-2009 Macbook Pro running OS X 10.8.5. But the panic crashes weren't the only problem… I noticed my cooling fan was kicking in all the time and my CPU temperature was spiking between 100 and 105 centigrade (damn hot, to be sure!). I checked my Activity Monitor and found that eset_daemon was placing enormous loads on my CPU. I have since uninstalled version 6 and reinstalled (just to be safe) and have had no problems so far. My question would be, has anyone else had the same problems with version 6 eset_daemon and high CPU loads? If so, is there a solution beyond uninstalling the application? I will continue to use until ESET resolves these issues.
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