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See The Full File Name During Scan Seccions

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One nice addition to the software program would be the ability to see the full file name including which hard drive the file is from when performing a scan. That would be when applicable of course since some file names can be lengthy. I use to use Avira Antivir Anti-virus and it had a feature that if you toggled over the file name during a scan it gave you a complete summary of the file and it's drive location in a separate balloon. Something like that would be an informative addition to the program.

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One nice addition to the software program would be the ability to see the full file name including which hard drive the file is from when performing a scan. That would be when applicable of course since some file names can be lengthy. I use to use Avira Antivir Anti-virus and it had a feature that if you toggled over the file name during a scan it gave you a complete summary of the file and it's drive location in a separate balloon. Something like that would be an informative addition to the program.

 

 

This question came out a few posts earlier, we had discussed I and sweidre. I can't find it, but our collective thinking is this (I and sweidre; he'll be able to confirm): Shorten the path:

 

C: \ EXAMPLE \ ..... \ EXAMPLE \ filename.exe

 

Without larger windows, although it was his idea.

 

Regards,

Orlando

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