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Updates - February 5, 2009

Please refer to Calendar of Updates.

The Calendar of Updates is devoted to bringing you the latest information about new and upcoming updates for almost every security software.

If anyone would like to discuss a particular update, please reply in this topic.


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joe53
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Re: Updates - February 5, 2009

avast! 4 Home/Pro Version 4.8.1335 released February 5, 2009

Version history: http://avast.com/eng/avast-4-home_pro-revision-history.html

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ky331
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Re: Updates - February 5, 2009

for avast users:

please keep in mind that avast has separate settings for obtaining PROGRAM updates, and DATABASE updates.

if your avast is set to automatically find PROGRAM updates, this may (still) take up to a week, as avast gradually "pushes" out the update (so as not to overload its servers).

if your avast is NOT set to automatically find PROGRAM updates, or if you would like to download it immediately, you can RIGHT-click on the Avast a-ball in your system tray, select UPDATING, and then PROGRAM UPDATE.

a reboot is required.

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