Quick Heal 2017 Beta

Discussion in 'Quick Heal' started by LiLWaYnE, Dec 31, 2015.

  1. LiLWaYnE

    LiLWaYnE Level 8

    Nov 4, 2011
  2. Rishi

    Rishi Level 19

    Dec 3, 2015
    Windows 10
    Good to see some new features although still Beta. This is one of the popular ones in my country.:D
  3. Andrew999

    Andrew999 Level 20

    Dec 17, 2014
    Windows 10
    wow that is quick 2017 beta. In most countries it is not even 2016 yet and here is QuickHeal coming out with 2017 beta.
  4. Rishi

    Rishi Level 19

    Dec 3, 2015
    Windows 10
    The link to their website says version 17, where is 2017 :eek: I am guessing, they will wait a full year for testing till 2017.:D
  5. Tornado

    Tornado New Member

    Nov 22, 2015
    Looks good and it's a big improvement :)
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  6. Anupam

    Anupam Level 21

    Jul 7, 2014
    Windows 7
    Worst Antivirus. They makes money by fooling people and showing lots of Advertisement in TV. I Installed avast Free in atleast 20 badly infected system having Quickheal in it.
  7. Rajat

    Rajat Level 2

    Oct 20, 2015
    28,Sanchar nagar
    #7 Rajat, Dec 31, 2015
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2015
    They aren't fooling People. Advertising isn't called fooling, most of the AV company's call themselves as best even though they aren't. They are making Security Products since a decade. Normal users in India don't know much about other security solutions. They have a good reputation in here, other than that they have a very strong network of Dealers & have good partnership with computer vendors in India thus they have more users.
    Yeah but i feel there are some better products than Quick Heal like k7 & eScan. These can give a strong competition to other Products available in International Market, not just because they're cheap comparatively but they also offer a decent Protection.
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  8. jamescv7

    jamescv7 Level 61

    Mar 15, 2011
    Web and FileMaker Developer
    Windows 10
    Quickheal may improve the overall product through numerous major versions however its protection capabilities isn't yet par to lift up on being mediocre.

    Some reviews by users stated that can handle well on zero day samples however opposite for on demand test samples.

    QuickDNA helps as their heuristics tends to be active but not fully compare to others but still an alternative to use by users out there.
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  9. Anupam

    Anupam Level 21

    Jul 7, 2014
    Windows 7

    P.S. I am from India and one of my friend is Quick Heal Seller. So I know how strong their network is. But trust me the seller also now uses Avast :D:D:D. The good reputation they got by television advertisement and providing lots of profit to the local sellers ;). It's kind of a Push product where seller pushes for the sell.
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  10. NOLF92

    NOLF92 Guest

    I had never heard of Quick Heal until now. I'll boot it up on my laptop and see how I feel about it.
  11. Sher

    Sher Level 10

    Mar 17, 2014
    Windows 10
    I have tried it before and it's pretty mediocre.
  12. NOLF92

    NOLF92 Guest

    What exactly didn't you like about it? I'm interested in your input.
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