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only when there are errors in normal virus definition update procedure.

even if you clear it every day, there won't be a problem.

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Well, I haven't cleared my update cache at all since I installed the V7 final release. And as pavilion-alex says it's good to try clearing it as an easy fix for a small problem like with the VSD's updates, but if you don't have any problems then you can let the cache be.

 

Afaik one won't gain anything by clearing it when we don't need to.

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Cache is cache, its locally stored data that is referenced on repeat actions so downloads or queries are carried out faster or with less constraints....

My recommendation would be with Alex...

Only clear it if your experiencing issues.

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Hello

 

Well,.. I will just ecco what Alex,Swex and Arakasi has alredy said, but I will just add a small twist. If you should run into update issues, then it will be best, in my opinion, to first post your issue here, before trying to delete the update cache. It will, or can give Eset support, a better chance to troubleshoot the issue, to the update problem.

 

Regards Janus :-))

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