IMO it is perfect, very powerful yet light and the rest of your setup is fine-tuned, no need to add anything else.
Thank you It's lighter on my laptop than my previous config of EAM and VS.IMO it is perfect, very powerful yet light and the rest of your setup is fine-tuned, no need to add anything else.
Thanks @shmu26 I will try the ConfigureDefender tool of @Andy Ful and keep an eye on WD's memory use.I personally don't like to rely on comodo as my sole protection, because users sometimes complain that the protection inexplicably stops working after a while. I have seen this happen myself, although I must admit that I don't always stick strictly to CS's rules...
But you do have WD, so you are not going it alone with comodo. IMO it's a good config, just keep an eye on it, to make sure it is actually working as intended.
You might want to check out the @Andy Ful ConfigureDefender tool. He makes it so easy to use the advanced features of WD, it's hard to say no.
My two cents (again): The problem with running WD at high settings is you might have a program or two that WD keeps scanning at every launch -- and thus delaying the program launch. WD when maxed out has a bad memory. The workaround is to add those applications to the WD exclusion list, and problem solved.
I noticed a delay in the program launch. It was slower than it used to be. Okay, one time. But every time? Seems like WD has amnesia.
Okay, a little misunderstanding can happen when not everybody is a native speaker of English
It's the same issue that I was talking about. I meant to say that WD forgets that it has already scanned this application and found it safe.Okay, a little misunderstanding can happen when not everybody is a native speaker of English
Can you elaborate on what WD forgets?
Sounds good to me. If it works, it's great.Okay, so i have now 2 programs with amnesia that are protecting my laptop
Windows Defender at high settings thanks to ConfigureDefender from @Andy Ful
And Comodo Firewall at the recommended settings from @cruelsister
That's interesting, but so far all is running great, quiet and without issues.
I am using the default settings, so far so good.