Betterbest

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  1. [quote name='CeciliaB' timestamp='1338460711' post='136137'] Did you uninstall both Ad-Aware Antivirus and Ad-Aware Browsing protection? [/quote] Yes I did, had quite some trouble figuring out that the uninstall left the browsing protection on my pc, where I even specifically chose not to install that part! When I uninstall something it's only normal that it will uninstall all components of the software.. Anyway problems are fixed now, no more lavasoft software detected, gone back to my old antivirus. Maybe if in the future the software doesn't make my laptop a frustrating piece of equipment I will consider trying it, but for now I'm pretty much done with it. A shame.. I loved adaware a couple of years ago.
  2. ok nevermind.. I uninstalled this piece of crap. How the hell do I get rid of the ''safe browsing" I uninstalled the program and it still bothers me! (found out now, I had to find a hidden folder that it left on my computer after uninstalling) #$#@%#%@$% great job on creating the most trustworthy malware I guess.. I will now definately never ever ever ever install anything from lavasoft again.. such a shame because it used to be a proper piece of software
  3. [quote name='lapetite66' timestamp='1338423057' post='136115'] 3. Show quarantined viruses but also show [b]what[/b] file was infected as well as [b]where[/b] that file is located. There should also be a button that would allow you print out the scan logs because I shouldn't have to go to Program file/Adaware to get something that should be at my fingertips. [/quote] Immediately after the scan you are able to click on it and it will show you what and where. Problem is, when adaware is closed/restarted, you will no longer be able to do so, and the report list will not tell you either (it seems that instead of first quarantining a file, it just deletes it instead.. with certain filetypes like txt.. they should fix this soon..) Anyway, if you go to C:\programdata\lavasoft\antimalware\history you will find the logs, including the information of where/which files were deleted in the process, and why. It would be nice to see this in the program, so I hope this will be introduced soon so there is no need to manually search for what exactly is going on (and people will be satisfied with the newest versions rather than going back to the old ones
  4. I encountered the same problem at first, where I couldn't see what files were deleted. Then I found out that immediately after the scan you are able to click on it and it will show you what and where. Problem is, that when adaware is closed, you will no longer be able to do so, and the report list will not tell you either (it seems that instead of first quarantining a file, it just deletes it instead.. they should fix this soon..) Anyway, if you go to C:\programdata\lavasoft\antimalware\history you will find the logs, including the information of where/which files were deleted in the process, and why. It would be nice to see this in the program, so I hope this will be introduced soon so there is no need to manually search for what exactly is going on (and people will be satisfied with the newest versions rather than going back to the old ones