- Aug 22, 2013
You forgot to import deception policies .
SPEM has many other stuff to offer.
All of them in policies section.how to import deception.dat ?
there is 3 deception files which one to import?
Good to know your experience is good.I've read this thread twice and finally talked myself into downloading and installing SEP, and making just a couple of changes in configuration. It's using about 180 MB on my laptop and is light. The slight delay I had with Win Defender is gone. I'm liking it. I'm assuming the download was for unmanaged although it doesn't say so anywhere that I've found.
I prefer Symantec as well unfortunately the UI in Symantec is limited unlike MacAfee.Occurred to me that, since it doesn't say 'unmanaged' maybe I'm running the trial. Regardless, it's nice and memory usage has dropped to about 36% from 40%. Good job on finding this and the McAfee version. I prefer Norton/Symantec but McAfee is much improved these days. Either is good.
How old is that laptop ?thanks, Vitali, but this is it right now. Have an old Dell laptop with 4G RAM and Win Vista on it but it isn't here with us..
So sad to hear about her mother I hope she would feel well.We had to close up our home and come north so my wife could care for her ailing mother. We've been here a year and no idea how much longer.
The old laptop is 4G RAM Dell Inspiron, dates from about 2011. I don't remember the processor except it's AMD, or anything else. It has a 500G HDD. Don't remember ever checking specs to see whether it would be compatible with 10, since it had Vista and didn't qualify.
We got our latest HPs in 2016. They had Windows 7 Pro and I upgraded to Windows 10. My wife still has 7 Pro on hers and refuses to even try Windows 10. LOL
She has some old software she uses that won't run on Win 10, so it's a lost cause getting her to switch. I've tried many times and finally gave up. LOLSo sad to hear about her mother I hope she would feel well.
About your wife you can basically make windows 10 look like 7 .
It's really worth the extra protection .
No alternative for that software ?
Basically if anyone else wants SPEM you can always PM me.More control over everything sep offers, such as
1. Application control
2. device control
3.Exploit mitigation detailed control.
If you are a person who likes to play with options in security suites you are going to be in a cloud9.
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1. Depend, for safe habits is ok. If u get some risk (dangerous sites, untrusted apps, etc) is better other softwares (lockmode, sandbox, etc).Is the unmanaged/self-managed version sufficient for home user protection?
How easy is it to use? I'm not a very high skilled user.
How is the firewall on unmanaged client?
I don't need it right now but when my Eset license expires this can be a good choice.