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Dec 31, 1969
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  • Windows Edition
    Pro
    Version or Build no.
    14393.693
    System type
    64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
    Security Updates
    Automatic Updates with Paused Upgrades (up to 365 days)
    User Access Control
    Always Notify
    Network Security (Firewall)
    Windows Defender Firewall
    Device Security
  • Windows Defender SmartScreen (Windows 10)
  • User Account
    Sign-in Accounts
    Malware Testing
    I do not participate in downloading malware samples
    Real-time Web & Malware Protection
    Rehips, Emsisoft AM, WFC
    RTP - Custom security settings
  • Virus and Malware Removal Tools
    None
    Browsers and Extensions
    Chrome, Firefox(as backup)
    Privacy-focused Apps and Extensions
    Ublock origin
    Password Managers
  • 3rd party
  • Web Search
  • Google
  • System Utilities
    CCleaner, Openvpn
    Data Backup
    Macrium Reflect
    Frequency of Data backups
    Monthly
    System Backup
    Macrium Reflect
    Frequency of System backups
    Regularly
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    Deleted member 2913

    I like your "Light Setup"...my kinda thing:)

    Why not manual/notify for Windows Updates instead of Deferred updates?

    This week probably CCAV with full Valkyrie power is going to be released, are you going to give a try? (I like the logic & internal working that improved usability)

    Woodrow, a member here created a good wish for CCAV here
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    Don't know you are a member in Comodo forum or not?
    If you are, would be good to get your vote:)
    What do you think of the wish & my post in that thread?;)
     

    SHvFl

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    I like your "Light Setup"...my kinda thing:)

    Why not manual/notify for Windows Updates instead of Deferred updates?

    This week probably CCAV with full Valkyrie power is going to be released, are you going to give a try? (I like the logic & internal working that improved usability)

    Woodrow, a member here created a good wish for CCAV here
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    Don't know you are a member in Comodo forum or not?
    If you are, would be good to get your vote:)
    What do you think of the wish & my post in that thread?;)
    I defer updates because MS seems to break things way too often for my liking.
    CCAV is in a ban list. I will never use it ever again. They used all their chances for me. Yeah i am a comodo member and voted for you. Basically they should kill CCAV and fix CIS. This whole program is sad.
     
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    Deleted member 2913

    I defer updates because MS seems to break things way too often for my liking.
    CCAV is in a ban list. I will never use it ever again. They used all their chances for me. Yeah i am a comodo member and voted for you. Basically they should kill CCAV and fix CIS. This whole program is sad.
    I think manual would be good instead of deferred...I use manual through group policy & works fine.

    Mark my words...eventually CCAV is going to replace CIS:p
     

    SHvFl

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    I think manual would be good instead of deferred...I use manual through group policy & works fine.

    Mark my words...eventually CCAV is going to replace CIS:p
    Probably they will get merged to 1 program.

    Manual update would not work because not all issues appear on all pc. So even if people don't report issues i might have them. So with defer you wait a few months and they might fix the issues.
     

    sudo -i

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    EIS has more problems than EAM. WF on the other hand doesn't do outbound notifications so this is why i do EAM+WFC.

    For defer updates it installs only security updates and the rest install after a few months.
    Ah I see, I didn't see that you used WFC. That makes more sense now. That is a powerful combo.
    Sphinx or Binisoft? Is it any different from using GlassWire?
     

    sudo -i

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    Binisoft. I never tried Glasswire and never will because it's too expensive compared.
    Agreed, GlassWire is expensive for the paid version (which only additionally grants you the ability to view logs over a longer period of time, "devices on your network", and network "prompts" instead of "click-to-block"). IMO, GlassWire free is as good as the paid version for single device home-use.

    I'll look into WFC, however EIS is still a tempting choice knowing that Emsisoft does eventually fix issues with their software.

    Thanks for the information.