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Kersus

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  1. Yes I saw that, I also saw that its for new coustomers.... bummer I just signed up for Netflix two weeks ago.... Oh well such is life.

    I'm in the same boat. I was excited to get the full version, but I already have Netflix (only a few months now). It's a nice offer. I install MB on so many computers nowadays - seeing this offer is nice. I'll pass it along, but I won't recommend trialpay professionally - having no experience with them personally.

  2. MSE is okay but doesn't offer a whole lot of protection ATM and hasn't been tested overly well yet. It can bog down but on the plus side, it's legal for small businesses (where a lot of other free AVs are not).

    Avira is one of the best and has been for some time. They keep getting better. Solid protection and light on resources. Not so great with customer service though.

    Avast is fine and basic. It does a decent job and is only a little heavier than Avira.

    I'd go with Avira or Avast (personally AVira).

  3. It would benefit Malwarebytes to offer swag like pens, shirts, caps, and the like. My job is a house-call technician for residential and business. I am always recommending Malwarebytes and having swag to wear and use will help sell the program as it shows how much I support it. As well, it nwould make great giveaways to clients.

    I sell the program in partnership with a local computer store who probably gets them from DSolutions.

    Posters won't help (which is all DSolutions offered).

    Make the technicians part of your marketing team by enlisting them to wear and use swag. This also makes us feel closer to the company and well treated so as to be even happier to genuinely recommend the product.

  4. Hey, just jumping in to say how much I'm looking forward to Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware program. I've been using Rogue Remover for some time and have had great success with it. I'm just starting to use some of the other utilities, but jumped on the Antimalware Beta right away. I've been running it in conjunction with Comodo Firewall, Lavasoft Adaware 2007, Superantispyware, Avira Anti-Vir and have had zero problems or issues (all in a WINXP SP2 enviroment, but want to test Vista). I haven't had the chance to use it on a badly infected computer, but I plan to test it out on one soon.

    So far so good! Make this the one!

    Kersus

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