Avira was founded in 2006, but the antivirus application has been under active development since 1986 through its predecessor company H+BEDV Datentechnik GmbH. As of 2012, Avira software is estimated to have over 100 million customers. In June 2012, Avira ranked sixth in the antivirus market share report from OPSWAT. We don't have any change log information yet for version 15.0.2003.1821 of Avira Free Antivirus. Sometimes publishers take a little while to make this information available, so please check back in a few days to see if it has been updated.
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Avira 2012 License Key
|05. Oct 2011, 09:58 AM||#18 (permalink)|
The method of update chosen by Avira is a real drawback IMO. I am disappointed that this hasn't changed. Well, my computer does not connect to the internet until I connect it myself. So, that way, Avira never updates on my computer until I update it manually. That is a big drawback.
Atleast there should be some setting that even if Avira did not update on boot, it should keep checking if the internet connection is available, and then update. If it worked that way, then I would not have any problem even if it updates just once a day.
Because of this single reason, I am not installing Avira on an older computer. The computer is quite old, with Celeron and 512 MB SDRAM. Avira would have been good for that computer, but since the computer is to be used by a non-techie person, its mandatory that the updates should occur automatically, and without trouble. This computer too, does not connect to internet automatically on boot. So, I have ruled out Avira because of this.... and will be going with Avast.
I haven't yet downloaded the latest version, because my internet went down yesterday. So, I will download it, and then give a try. I hope it does not run sluggish on my PC, as wolfstr says. If it does, I will return to the previous version, or just go back to Avast