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When PC gamers start up their computers, they usually have to make a decision. Do they disable their anti-virus software to free up resources to get the most out of their games? Or do they enable their online protection and suffer through poor game performance and interruptions?
Now, with the latest version of ParetoLogic
Anti-Virus PLUS, avid gamers do not have to face that decision. The sophisticated program's new Game Mode offers what the company believes is a
combination of both safety and performance.
The ParetoLogic Anti-Virus PLUS Game Mode turns off notifications and alerts, and switches to log-only mode, thereby insuring the user can play and enjoy their game of choice without compromising PC security.
The main conflict, historically, between video games and anti-virus products is that they both need system resources. Games require Random Access Memory (RAM). Their users are concerned about such things as processor and graphic card speeds as they translate into higher performance and a better gaming experience. As technology has improved, the latest sound and video cards have proven to have superior performance, but also require greater power from PCs.
Meanwhile, anti-virus products need resources as well and also wants to make sure that users always know what is going on. They usually alert users todatabase updates and any threats detected. ParetoLogic Anti-Virus PLUS uses a blocking method called Active Protection. It keeps an eye out and alerts the user if something is trying to download to the computer without their knowledge. The user can then block it or allow the download to proceed. This is a great feature that stops malware before it infects the PC.
However, these alerts can distract from the gaming experience. ParetoLogic's Software Development Manager Tim Lefler explained that in Game Mode, ParetoLogic Anti-Virus PLUS will not ask the user for information when they are otherwise occupied. The program will log all activity. It will not alert the user of any updates and will not run any scheduled scans during that time.
When the gamer is finished their session, it is advised that Game Mode is switched off to provide better protection. ParetoLogic Anti-Virus PLUS makes it easy to change between modes. A user simply clicks on Active Protection and then slides the bar up and down to select Game Mode, Full protection, the recommended Medium protection or Off.
ParetoLogic Anti-Virus PLUS is the comprehensive way to protect computers from viruses, spyware, Trojans, keyloggers and other types of malware. As part of its Active Protection, the program warns the user if they are about to visit websites that are known to be dangerous. It also has a handy scheduler, an Ignore list, a Startup Editor so users can prune what launches when they fire up their PC and a Browser Help Object (BHO) editor to remove unwanted add-ons from web browsers. This easy-to-use program is backed by ParetoLogic's outstanding Customer Care and Technical Support Team.
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