carsten ibsen

Level 22
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Hello Everyone, I have just performed a complete Reset on my Acer Notebook, and installed an AV, in this case, Avast Premier.
I have a few more Avast programs: Antitrack Premium+Cleanup Premium & Secureline VPN.
I only have Voodoo-Shield Pro as additional security.
The question: is it worth it to install Syshardener, can it break anything?, or is there anything I should know, before proceeding.

Thanks in advance.:)
 

LDogg

Level 28
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In theory you'd only need Avast Premier with Hardened Mode turned on to aggressive, with Syshardener at default. In my opinion you don't even need VDS Pro with Avast Hardened mode on, but this is up to you.

From my own experience it hasn't broken anything at default at all.

~LDogg
 
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Moonhorse

Level 25
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Since you have both of them paid already, just tweak them to fit your needs..either just try above suggestions

Personally i would just go avast + syshardener ( max out most of settings)
 

stefanos

Level 20
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Hello Everyone, I have just performed a complete Reset on my Acer Notebook, and installed an AV, in this case, Avast Premier.
I have a few more Avast programs: Antitrack Premium+Cleanup Premium & Secureline VPN.
I only have Voodoo-Shield Pro as additional security.
The question: is it worth it to install Syshardener, can it break anything?, or is there anything I should know, before proceeding.

Thanks in advance.:)
For Avast first set the hardener mode on hi. You can do this only with the old settings. With syshardener works perfect with very strong security. I have not experience with Hard_Configurator You not need VS for Avast.
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