[vip_students] Re: Article 1:Avast, The download and installation!

Yes I know that Eleanor but my dog's ability doesn't stretch that far! Eyes 
or lack thereof is a major problem!
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eleanor Burke" <eleanorburke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 7:13 PM
Subject: [vip_students] Re: Article 1:Avast, The download and installation!


Maureen
If it is of any help you can use Avast for about 30 days without the key.
If someone can help you on the site where you download there is a very short
form to complete for the key.  I got mine within a minute when I completed
that form.  All the form is asking for is an e-mail address and I think
probably your name and country.

Eleanor
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Maureen Newelll" <mcnewell@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 7:07 PM
Subject: [vip_students] Re: Article 1:Avast, The download and installation!


> Paul, I sent an e/mail request for key number to #Avast about two weeks
ago
> and I still await the key! Maureen.
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Paul Traynor" <paul.traynor@xxxxxxx>
> To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Friday, May 30, 2008 1:49 PM
> Subject: [vip_students] Article 1:Avast, The download and installation!
>
>
>
> Avast for home users download:
> http://download638.avast.com/iavs4pro/setupeng.exe
>
>
> This guide is to help you download and install the Avast antivirus
software
> for home users. It s freeware for home and personal use but you must use
the
> paid version if it is for commercial use.
>
> We will begin the  guide after we have first downloaded to our computer
the
> Avast software.
> You can choose to download in two ways the software.
> *. When the download begins and you are prompted to either save or run the
> software.
> *. You can first choose to save the software to the hard drive such as
your
> desktop or in My Documents for installing later.
> Note: This option may be best for someone using a dial-up connection.
>
> We are going to choose in this guide to install the file after we are
> prompted to either "save it or run it". To do this we will  tab over to
the
> "Run button" and press with the spacebar.
> What happens after this is that the file will first download to the
> computers temp folder and when it has completed this it will then begin to
> install.
>
> 1. When the file has downloaded to the computer, it will come up with a
> warning message about running  programs and ask you if you would like to
> run this software. You will use the tab key to jump to the run button for
a
> second time. Remember we had this run button earlier but that was to
> indicate to the software that after it downloaded it should begin the
> install process. This time the run button is for making sure that we
"really
> want to run the software on our PC".
>
> 2. Once we have hit the spacebar on the run button the software  starts
> asking us some simple questions.
> The first question is the welcome to the Avast installation and you hit
> enter on the "next button"
>
> 3. This next screen is a read me page just giving you information on the
> system requirements your computer must meet in order to run the software.
> Just tab to the next button and press enter or spacebar.
>
> 4. Now we have the license agreement. You will be positioned on two radio
> buttons to make a choice:
> *. I disagree button.
> *. I agree button.
> You must select the "I agree button" by pressing the up or down arrow.
> Once you have done this tab key to next and press enter or spacebar.
>
> 5. Now Avast is telling you where it will install itself on your computer.
> Just tab to the next button and press enter key or spacebar again.
>
> 6. The next screen is the Avast configuration screen. I don't advise you
> make any changes here so just tab to the next button and press enter or
> spacebar to continue on.
>
> 7. The next screen is a checklist of recommended settings that Avast will
> install on your system. Just go to the next button and press enter or
> spacebar.
>
> 8. Once you have pressed the next button the software will now begin
> installing on your system so give it time to complete and it will indicate
> to you that it is installing by announcing  percentages as it goes.
>
> 9. The final part of the installation is that it will prompt you to
restart
> your computer. Just press enter key to complete this part and the computer
> will then reboot itself back up to the desktop.
>
> Now your Avast software is installed. When the computer comes back on
there
> may pop up some Avast screens just informing you of what has happened  and
> so on, this is normal and you can close any screen that is in your way
with
> alt + F4 when the computer settles down.
>
> Note:Obtaining a registeration number.
> The Avast software requires a registeration number which you can obtain
from
> the Avast support team. If you send an email to the below email address
> stating that you are vision impaired and cannot read the  letters on their
> registeration page they will send you a serial number  to install into
your
> avast product.
> To obtain a registration number for your Avast, send an email request to:
> support@Avast .com
>
>
> Now go to the article about setting up Avast after the installation of the
> software for further  instructions.
>
>
>
>
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