Yes, and that's ok, you missed the point... The concern here is Hardened Mode Aggressive, don't care for the old settings, the problem is that they should have brought it to the new UI before removing the old settings.It was expected from the moment a New Settings UI was introduced.
One day Control Panel from Windows 10 will be gone, and many will mourn over it (...and complain, endlessly)
Yes, it's not there. The ability to choose between Moderate and Aggressive was only present in the old settings.
It's better to leave feedback on the Avast Forums - unless it's cross-post for "exposure".Yes, and that's ok, you missed the point... The concern here is Hardened Mode Aggressive, don't care for the old settings, the problem is that they should have brought it to the new UI before removing the old settings.
That's the very first thing on the thread.It's better to leave feedback on the Avast Forums - unless it's cross-post for "exposure".
Avast's reputation is tarnished.
Yes, it's not there.
I suppose they want to keep the settings more automated and "user-friendly" like Bitdefender Free so they get less complaints from uninformed users.I'm only concerned about the specific feature here...
It's easy, they've simply removed the old settings, the new UI is just like it was. For Hardened mode, you can check or uncheck the box, that's enabled or disabled, that's it.I suppose they want to keep the settings more "user-friendly" so they get less complaints from uninformed users.
Maybe you should post mages of all the available settings.
Kaspersky did that too in their free version, before the name change to security cloud.What's next Avast removing settings for free users like BD do?
They've removed it like few days ago.I installed avast 1 week ago and the old settings UI was still there
If it was a step forward, then why did they re-enabled the settings for Security Cloud Free?But that was a a step forward change unlike Avast who's going backwards
Tha'ts harsh. I would say not really, most people don't even know about it. Also Avast didn't do anything that others don't' do. It had just as big of an impact as Kaspersky spying for Russia, maybe not as muc tbh.
Don't you get tired of preaching the same old story, just because you saw some other guy doing it online?my personal opinion..... who cares??? who would want to use avast after everything that has been reported recently? I would not trust avast if my life depended on it. If they are offered $1 to sell you're info they will give it up. Avast's reputation is already done for and will never be the same from here on out. Anyone remember I0bit in what they did to malwarebytes???? yup.... they were never the same again...