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Yoggie gatekeeper

Discussion in 'Home Cinema, Hi-Fi and Gadgets' started by paul20v, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. paul20v
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    [Jul 17, 2009]
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    [Jul 19, 2009]
    saw this on the gadget show a while back. it got a good review.
    have a search on there website, it may still be on there
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    Yeah there review is good ,
    i was just wondering if anyone has some real time experiance so to speak
    reviews are good but you cant beat a honest user report
    thanks for replying
    Paul
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    Looks good tbh, reviews seem genuine & does take the effort of the pc, but when you have free ones like avg & comodo & others do you want the expense, the free ones are adequate so your choice.
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    Free ones ?
    are they any good ?
    ive always paid £40 plus for mine , Norton / Mcafee etc.
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    Norton & Macfee have always been cpu/memory huggers, but the free ones are not bad at all tbh, also MS are working on there new one aswell that I'ved tested in beta form, its also not bad, I never pay for security suites, they're a rip of & tbh ISP's should do this job at the gateway.
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