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  1. On 5/2/2020 at 12:21 PM, stapp said:

    Does opening EAM up then looking at main page at bottom where it says 'License ends' show the days that you think you have now?

    Also click on Details opposite it to see what your license is.

     

     

    See here.

    When you click on Details it should open up to a part of the GUI which has as option for you to 'Show Licence'


  2. Does opening EAM up then looking at main page at bottom where it says 'License ends' show the days that you think you have now?

    Also click on Details opposite it to see what you license is.

    Remember to do a manual update which should then give you a popup saying about the licence extension now.

     


  3. Update went well and all seems ok.

    Did you know Frank that if you forget a scan is running in tray, and you do a context menu sca, the cursor freezes a bit while it has a think and then just carries on as if you hadn't asked it to do that 😀


  4. Have a read of this blog batman, it may give you more info.

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    Solutions that use a combination of protection technologies will likely provide better security than a product that is entirely AI-based. For example, Emsisoft leverages the power of AI and machine learning as well as other protection technologies such as behavioral analysis and signature checkers.

    https://blog.emsisoft.com/en/35668/the-pros-cons-and-limitations-of-ai-and-machine-learning-in-antivirus-software/


  5. 7 hours ago, Frank H said:

     
    Personally i see no sense in this behavior, but i guess it would for some and that's why its still there.

    If I didn't restart my PC for weeks then someone would be able to see that I scanned a folder called ''stapp's night out with a strange man'  before I removed the folder. :o


  6. Updated manually on Win 10 1909.

    Whenever I do a right-click scan with EAM on something on my desktop for example, a separate entry for a2start appears in the logs folder (ProgramData)

    Why is that?

    If I have a folder and do a context menu scan on it, it automatically gets stored in the custom scan settings and will stay there until I do another context menu scan on a different item. It will then replace the previous item in the custom scan settings.

    Why is that?

    I do understand that context menu and custom scans are the same, but right-click scan with EAM tend to be one offs, and so I don't see why they should be stored as a custom scan entry in the GUI.

     

     

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  7. 7 hours ago, questions said:

      I was in the same situation on a different forum till I got a wake up call 

    Jeremy is not in a 'situation' and needs no wake up call. Please don't assume things about people.

    He is a valued forum member and tester who donates his time to helping Emsisoft and therefore others members and users. 

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