- Dec 30, 2012
Mine usually maxes out at about 300mb...There must be a system specific problem causing a memory leak
When you say "worst" then do you think they are not capable of finding viruses or what? Can you elaborate please?Mcafee and AVG are the worst AV... I saw a lot of infected machine with AVG and Mcafee. Avira is a pretty good AV, but it installs a lot of bloatware without user consent.
Dont take it personal, this guy was banned more than 3 times in this forum and he is now back with this account.
Are you sure? Their knowledge about the english language seems to distinguish a lot.Dont take it personal, this guy was banned more than 3 times in this forum and he is now back with this account.
He is "beavisviruses" and some alt accounts too, he used to write some "nice" stuff to me, nowdays he just give my posts a "Haha smile" reaction.
Are you sure? Their knowledge about the english language seems to distinguish a lot.
I have a lot questions.So i will never (well unless they change) use bitdefender again. I've been using bitdefender for years. While i'm happy with the protection what i'm not happy is the way it gobbles up memory. I'm actually quite surprised reviews don't every notice this. I've generally seen on reviews that bitdefender is not that heavy. In what terms memory or cpu? In the CPU camp i won't say its light but nothing i can complain about.
I've eagerly updated to each new version of bitdefender hoping they would have worked on the memory issue. I actually think its progressively got worse.
Other than that bitdefender has spammy tactics.
Bugging me with their VPN & other features (even though i'm a paying customer).
Unfortunately I bought a 5 year license about 7 months ago.
Unless you are limited in memory, the usage shouldn't be a concern. Signatures react faster in memory, and unused memory is a waste. If you are memory limited, then Bitdefender may not be a good choice.I'm also not happy with the amount of memory that the program takes for itself, but I haven't found any analogues yet.
Sorry, but I have BTS on a medium spec machine, and there is Nothing that slows browsing & the Computer in general as Malwarebytes IMHO.Bitdefender is quite light when it comes to CPU, but its memory usage has always been pretty insane, aslong as your memory isnt maxed it should be fine.
Also, Resource usage =/= light, its simply the performance impact and CPU usage.
I also believe you can turn off promotional messages/notifications somewhere in its settings.
I do agree however that I dont understand why people and test sites keep saying its light, it slows down my computer more than Kaspersky, its even on par with Malwarebytes