The large Windows 10 November update removes ESET antivirus

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: The large Windows 10 November update removes ESET antivirus[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/06/myce-eset-logo-95x75.png[/newsimage]

Users of ESET antivirus software that have upgraded Windows 10 to the latest November update (Threshold 2 / Fall Update / build 1511) might find the software is uninstalled.

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#2

It is somewhat troublesome is it not?
I mean… Microsoft uninstalling other 3rd-party software, at least if they do not inform the user that they are going to do so.
Not necessarily ESET, but it could lead to a major issue for some other software.
Then again, they do have the LTSB version that would minimize any mission critical installs getting affected…


#3

Training wheels on Windows 10 haha and they are FREE… If it’s “FREE” there is always a cost in this case Microshaft removed software it didn’t like instead of letting the user make the decision.


#4

Training wheels on Windows 10 haha and they are FREE… If it’s “FREE” there is always a cost in this case Microshaft removed software it didn’t like instead of letting the user make the decision.


#5

Yeah! that’s another reason I won’t be upgrading along with many others lol.


#6

I use Eset Smart Security and there were no issues.


#7

[QUOTE=Xercus;2763507]It is somewhat troublesome is it not?
I mean… Microsoft uninstalling other 3rd-party software, at least if they do not inform the user that they are going to do so…[/QUOTE]

Not really, those who install (SpyWare) SOS 10 agree to surrender all rights - you become property of NSA/Microsoft!


#8

“Microsoft has changed their rules for detection of compatible applications.” Really, that’s all Microsoft had to say? OK, let me try something: Bill Gates, I will be sending super-amazing ninjas to attack your house. But don’t worry, it will all be OK… after all, I changed the rules.