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Just a small suggestion:

When Malwarebytes checks for updates check for program updates first.

If there is a program update install it first...

If no program updates...

Update definitions.

The way it currently works it downloads the definitions first the updates the program wiping out the updates and causing a re-download of the definitions.

This would cut the traffic on your update server.

Thanks !

arch1

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I agree, downloading a database first only to have it be overwritten by an older database after a program update is downloaded/installed is redundant and a waste of bandwidth, especially since it means that after updating to a new program version, you still have to update the database yet again just to get to the DB version you had just before the program update was downloaded/installed.

I've already recommended this change to the developers.

Thanks :)

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Just a small suggestion:

When Malwarebytes checks for updates check for program updates first.

If there is a program update install it first...

If no program updates...

Update definitions.

The way it currently works it downloads the definitions first the updates the program wiping out the updates and causing a re-download of the definitions.

This would cut the traffic on your update server.

Thanks !

arch1

Good Post Arch1 - Wonder how many people (including me) + developers this eluded ? ! !

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