i did and it seemed ok. but when i bought it it screwed my day
Same for me, everything is blazing fast, and the numbers as per photo, are very low.Maybe it depends on the system.For me, i am using Mcafee internet security ,before i used Avast and then KSCF and i can say the diferrence is huge on impact.Mcafee is much more lighter from both, not in numbers, but in reality,i mean apps,surfing etc.The most annoying is opening the GUI, take ages, but after installing 1903 this also got better.
Forticlient allows whitelisting. It's tough on questionable files when using @Slyguys's settings. However, my senses are that it isn't a light application, maybe more like Kaspersky Security Cloud that way. Trouble is F-C doesn't do anything special. For desktop use, I use F-C with Comodo Firewall and for laptop KSC and Comodo for now. With the web filtering, F-C is excellent as a straight a-v...But just about all of them, don't let you whitelist a file when it is detected.
For EAM i found it has a good feature in which it scan quarantine contents after each update and pop up notification for detected false positive which safe to restore (also have an option to re-scan Quarantine contents.Possibly. I have no issue at all with known malware being auto quarantined. The problem is that a lot of files detected by antivirus software are not actually malicious, for example PUPs, or installers which come bundled with or can download and install other software.
While it would be good if known malware was auto quarantined and users were prompted when something that isn't malicious is detected, there is a big issue with that. Very often, harmless PUPs are wrongly detected as malware. This would lead to files which aren't threats, being auto quarantined too. I don't care if keygens and cracks are auto quarantined, but I do care, if some safe driver updater software is. As a result, I think the best approach is to have auto quarantine as a default setting, but for there to be the option for advanced users to disable it.
The argument against this, put forward by AV companies, is that some users, when prompted when malware is detected will choose to whitelist it and infect their systems. But, if auto quarantine is enabled by default, I don't see this as too much of an issue. Even with auto quarantine, people can disable the real time protection and run malicious files.