[access-uk] Re: nod32 installation issue

Marie,
After sending my earlier message I suspect that I know where the confusion has 
arisen.   In 
version 2 of NOD32 there was an option during installation to have a 
non-graphical interface 
which was ideal for those of us who are screen reader users.  This option was 
removed in 
version 3 but NOD32 is still quite accessible, if not as convenient as with 
version 2 (which 
has been discontinued).  Eset Smart Security, which I use, only started at 
version 3.        

Hope that clarifies things a little,


Douglas

On 9 Oct 2008 at 9:18, Marie Baisez wrote:

> so, why do you say it is not going to be developed anymore? If this is the 
> case, guys like you should advise us on the best way to go forward, to give 
> an alternative, not to scare us with thoughts like, soon, we won't be 
> protected adequately from the nasties of the cyber world, after all, we paid 
> for the product, isn't our money used for its development? It's ok for 
> experts like you, you will always fall back on your feet or when one of 
> those nasties get to you, you have the knowledge, the contacts to help you 
> get you out of trouble. Some of us rely on a list like this for advice to 
> maintain and protect our machine, not a luxury or a leisure device but a 
> vital piece of equipment allowing us to get by as independently as we can.
> So, come on, do your homework for us, tell us to go for when or before Nod 
> is no more. If you don't know what the best to go for, don't, even if you 
> source is reliable say Nod's days are numbered, it just doesn't serve any 
> purpose.
> Thank you for reading.
> 
> Marie
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> 

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