Wouldn't say that it's too complex. The only thing that is complex is the Firewall, which can be unchecked in the installation progress. Apart from that it's pretty basic and easy to understand. It's also pretty effective upon PUPs and riskware if you decide to enable the detection.For a PC beginner, Dr Web is a nightmare, as its settings are complex and it will ask you to make a lot of decisions on whether to allow internet connection, which is not intelligent. For a PC expert, Dr Web can be a good product, but I have to say there are a lot of better security suites out there.
I was testing it for a few days in the Hub and think that is a quite decent program. However, their ransomware module seems to be a little weak compared to other security solutions.I'm trying Dr. Web Security Space since 2 weeks and I feel it smooth and very easy to use.
The firewall is a bit annoying the first day.
I think the protection is as good as the other AV but I'm not sure because I'm not a malwares tester.
Not sure what do you mean by what facts, if you mean the source of that they have only a million user? as i said they mentioned it themselves in one of their recent articles in their Antivirus-Times i don't know which one exactly since i don't follow them that much reallyI'm not a user of DrWeb, but I'm still curious, what facts?
Hello,you guys who are interested in Dr.Web might like to know, they have barely "a million" user in fact they have about 997k users.
thats way smaller than even Emsisoft userbase.
now Userbase might not be a factor for a program being good or not. but it is still such an important factor to keep in mind.
the source of them having barely a million user, is one of their last articles in the Antivirus-Times.