Maybe more Americans were aware of VoodooShield.I see that the score for VS went up a lot since this poll first came out, which was when North America was fast asleep, the British were waking up, and the Asians were in full swing.
Based on that, I would venture to say that Americans are more likely to prefer VoodooShield.
There is no question about it: VS is much more compatible with other security software. It is specifically designed to be a companion app. Comodo is not.one more very important for the comparison is the Compatibility with other security software
as there is not one software solution for all security issues
at the momment i prefer VoodooShield Free because of eset Compatibility
Absolutely right. I intended to mention this in my previous post but forgot. My only slight, and it is a very, very slight niggle about VS, is having to remember to disable it when installing something. Other than that is has been a pleasure to use, the total opposite of Comodo.There is no question about it: VS is much more compatible with other security software. It is specifically designed to be a companion app. Comodo is not.
I couldn't agree more, as I said in my last but one post, and any claims by Comodo to the contrary are wrong. For me, usability and accessibility to typical users should always be major factors when assessing the merits or otherwise of a product, and when that product can effectively only be used by a small percentage of computer users, I can't recommend it.Comodo is for tweakers like me, believing it may be used by Average Joe is illusion.