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Please let me know if this is not the appropriate topic to post this.
 

I don't know if anyone else feels the same but I feel like the Scan Log on ESET Internet Security(and other products) looks too cluttered and disorganized.
Right now, the log parameters(I call them as parameters) are arranged as - Object path | Object Name(part of object path) | - | Status | as shown here - (https://imgur.com/a/VAIUGLD)
It would be much more helpful and more pleasant to the eyes if those parameters are arranged in adjustable columns and rows just like how Malwarebytes does it.
In addition, I propose the "general" statuses like "Unable to open file", "Password protected", etc. be contained in a separate "container" of sorts which can be expanded and viewed in the log. This will separate it from the more serious or more "interesting" statuses like malware detection, etc.
I also feel that the font of the log is a tad too small for my taste.
Having tried ESET after a very long time, the experience has been, for the most part, positive.


These are just my two cents on the GUI design which I strongly feel is not up to par with other AV products and should be improved.

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36 minutes ago, Ruatfela said:

Please let me know if this is not the appropriate topic to post this.
 

I don't know if anyone else feels the same but I feel like the Scan Log on ESET Internet Security(and other products) looks too cluttered and disorganized.
Right now, the log parameters(I call them as parameters) are arranged as - Object path | Object Name(part of object path) | - | Status | as shown here - (https://imgur.com/a/VAIUGLD)
It would be much more helpful and more pleasant to the eyes if those parameters are arranged in adjustable columns and rows just like how Malwarebytes does it.
In addition, I propose the "general" statuses like "Unable to open file", "Password protected", etc. be contained in a separate "container" of sorts which can be expanded and viewed in the log. This will separate it from the more serious or more "interesting" statuses like malware detection, etc.
I also feel that the font of the log is a tad too small for my taste.
Having tried ESET after a very long time, the experience has been, for the most part, positive.


These are just my two cents on the GUI design which I strongly feel is not up to par with other AV products and should be improved.

Hi posting it here might be okay but there is also a place for posting suggestions which I'll link bellow

 

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