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I need something to clean up my OS x system and prevent virus'. Is there anything better than Norton Systemworks? Thanks. -- Chuck Vinson Bellevue, NE...

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    I need something to clean up my OS x system and prevent virus'. Is there
    anything better than Norton Systemworks? Thanks.


    --
    Chuck Vinson
    Bellevue, NE


    Chuck Guest

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    On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 22:44:23 +0100, Chuck Vinson wrote
    (in message <BB768594.123C%net>):
     

    I use Diskwarrior instead of Norton DDr, simply because I heard bad reports
    about NDD when I was looking. I do use NAV however, although if I had asked
    this Q before buying I might have gone with Intego VirusBarrier instead. The
    Intego virusbarrier has simple cookie and browser cache cleaning stuff but
    there are other progs such as Cache-Out X that will do this for you.

    Is that the sort of info you wanted?

    Mark Guest

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    On 8/31/03 2:35, "Mark" wrote:
     
    >
    > I use Diskwarrior instead of Norton DDr, simply because I heard bad reports
    > about NDD when I was looking. I do use NAV however, although if I had asked
    > this Q before buying I might have gone with Intego VirusBarrier instead. The
    > Intego virusbarrier has simple cookie and browser cache cleaning stuff but
    > there are other progs such as Cache-Out X that will do this for you.
    >
    > Is that the sort of info you wanted?[/ref]

    Yes. I have used Systemworks for years on my Win boxes, but want to make
    sure there is not a better alternative in the OS X world before I buy it for
    this box. Thanks for the opinion.
     

    Chuck Guest

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    In article <BB768594.123C%net>,
    Chuck Vinson <net> wrote:
     

    I use DiskWarrior 3--which just rescued two trashed OS X partitions. I
    used to use Virus Barrier (Classic), but now use Virex, simply because
    it came with my .Mac subscription, and I therefore wouldn't have to pay
    for the Classic->OS X upgrade for VirusBarrier. One thing I didn't like
    about VB--and I don't know if it's true for the OS X version--is that
    you have to reboot after simply updating the virus definitions.

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