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1. Create that in "My Community" you can change your age, where you live, email... all that stuff.

 

2. It says: "Installed Anti-Virus Products" I have a BUG... "Threatfire" it says.. But I don't have it installet, that's why you should make a button there: "Clean"

So it removes the name of the products, and then user can self check installed Anti-Virus Products

 

3. Create a Danish flag for Danes in "My Community" Thanks.

 

Cheers,

ARMIN!

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Guest Armin Pasalic

Great ideas ;)

 

Number 3 will be fixed soon.

Great. :) We sure did need a Danish flag mate. :-) I hope you guys also will add the 1. and 2. suggestions.

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Immunet is not bugged, just too thorough. ;) It reports I'm running A Squared when all I have is the free on-demand app. But that's beside the point. Threatfire's uninstaller is notorious for not uninstalling. If you haven't already done this, download and run their remover found at http://www.threatfire.com/files/Remov....

 

If that doesn't work, search their forum for details on removing Threatfire's hidden devices under System devices in the Device Manager console. But that's complicated and dangerous. It may leave your system unresponsive. In my experience, I used autoruns to finally purge Threatfire from one of my systems.

 

Immunet doesn't need to waste time on some "Clean" button to solve issues with typical poorly developed PC Tools stuff. Or any others.

 

That being said, I've gone on record with Immunet that the "Installed Antivirus Product" is a bad feature as noble an effort it is. I'm for dumping it. But that's just me. B)

 

Cheers.

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Immunet is not bugged, just too thorough. ;) It reports I'm running A Squared when all I have is the free on-demand app. But that's beside the point. Threatfire's uninstaller is notorious for not uninstalling. If you haven't already done this, download and run their remover found at http://www.threatfir...files/Remov....

 

If that doesn't work, search their forum for details on removing Threatfire's hidden devices under System devices in the Device Manager console. But that's complicated and dangerous. It may leave your system unresponsive. In my experience, I used autoruns to finally purge Threatfire from one of my systems.

 

Immunet doesn't need to waste time on some "Clean" button to solve issues with typical poorly developed PC Tools stuff. Or any others.

 

That being said, I've gone on record with Immunet that the "Installed Antivirus Product" is a bad feature as noble an effort it is. I'm for dumping it. But that's just me. B)

 

Cheers.

Still, I think you should have a button that says: "Clean" and it deletes the name of Anti-Virus Products. And yes, I have un-installed Threatfire on the same way you mention.. It didnt help.

cheers,

Armin.

 

 

 

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