Kaspersky 2012 launches with cloud support Video
Kaspersky 2012 launches with cloud support Video Transcript
-Kaspersky is one of the most trusted names in consumer's security suites and their high end internet security 12 takes to the cloud to become more effective and lighter on your system resources. Hi, I'm Seth Rosenblatt for Cnet, and in this first look video, I'll be showing you Karpersky's Cloud tech along with the major highlights of what else has changed this year. You can give the suite a shot from CNETdownload.com. The cloud component is accessible from this button at the top of the new interface like other competitors who had cloud tech for a while, Kaspersky lets you off out of the anonymous contribution without sacrificing security. Kaspersky's off out, however, is a little bit tricky to get to. Hit settings, the unknowingly unlabeled advanced settings tab feedback, and then uncheck the box to off out. Kaspersky is claiming threat detection rate as fast as 40 seconds and overall detection according to one testing group were at 99.4%. Beating the industry average of 98.5. If you're looking the fastest scan on all of computer dome, go somewhere else. Also, CNET labs found that Kaspersky put a high cost on the start up and shut down times. That's doesn't mean there's not a lot going for Kaspersky 2012 because this is among the best suites around. The new UI is much easier to use than last year's, intuitive enough to figure out even without a tour. The new app or layout puts key security status information at front and keeps your tools organized yet easily accessible below. The settings, especially the advanced ones, were remarkably easy to navigate and comprehend. Meanwhile, jumping from feature to feature was zippy experience and I encountered absolutely no lag when skipping between screens. On features, there have been some important changes too. The file advisor is a windows explorer contacts menu option for checking out a files reputation without having to go through the main Kaspersky program itself. The safe mode and sound box now works with both regular applications websites. A green frame tells you when it's active. The system watcher's roll back feature has been punched up, so the suite can now easily undo or roll back damage by any malware that does slip through and the network monitor feature shows you real time traffic to and from your computer. Among the better ancillary tools are internet explorer security analyzer, a good idea if you're stuck on windows XP, an IE8 or earlier. The virtual keyboard and the desktop gadget have been overhauled to more closely reflect the full interface. So, basically, what we were looking at is that the cost of all this newness, you've got some slower scans. Still, I think that is a top shop suite as well worth check at. For first look at Kaspersky security 2012, I'm Seth Rosenblatt.
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