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I can't tell what's going on with this. Are they having fun? Am I getting an anti-virus and malware scanner/cleaner after the trial is done or not? Who has time for this? It doesn't seem to want to work until I activate. I can't tell whether it's just trying to force me to buy the bloody thing (Good luck! I have no credit card, losers!) or I need to register. Zero plain English happening, as so often is the case when dealing with geeks (computer geeks = antisocial tech savvy people). I respond to a system tray warning about security vulnerability by, I thought, initiating a check for viruses. That took less than a minute. I thought "That can't be right." But you can't tell whether you've run a quick malware scan or an antivirus scan. I'm done. The sad thing is, A combined antivirus and antimalware prog makes sense. We just need the right company to do it, clearly.
cons continued: Then there's CNET, which didn't accept my correct password, which I find suspicious. Maybe they don't like criticism. I don't like having my time wasted. I changed my password and got in, unlike, it seems, some of my previous reviews.
Capitalists! Burn it all!!!