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This program is not working like it should. The printing does not come out as it should. It's hard to try and get other sizes other than a few ones.
I have a number of systems here, including desktops and laptops with varying types of connectivity. They range from old 700GHz P4 units up to recent, relatively fast quad-cores, and I run a range of different antivirus programs as well - under the theory that since no single solution is ever 100% up to date (as proven by the failure of each and every one of them to detect new threats that have gotten through in the past) it is wise to have several different methods of detection of malware on the network-connected systems. As a result, I've had Symantec's Norton Internet Security and the free versions of AVG and Avast in use for some time, and I recently added Kaspersky Internet Security on one of the most heavily-used machines. And I am annoyed to have to say that Kaspersky has, by far, proven to be the worst from a system performance hit standpoint. I will most likely swap the Kaspersky out for AVG or Symantec, or perhaps try one of the previously untested competitors, in the very near future. At present, Kaspersky has been running a full system scan on this machine for 11 hours, and it is only at 22% completion. Part of the problem appears to be that it stalls almost totally when it encounters something that it considers a threat that is inside of an archive of any kind; some old backups from a website that had been hit years ago with a worm triggered a warning earlier, and since I really didn't need those backups anymore, I told it to eliminate the threat. That was about an hour ago. Any minute now, it will pop up another dialog box telling me that it can't get rid of the threat without deleting the whole archive, to which I will reply by clicking on the "Delete" button, and it will take a good many minutes more for it to follow that instruction. I know this because I've already been through this lather-rinse-repeat cycle over both such infected-website-backup archives and some inbound emails that had trojans inside zips. Even with those far simpler emailed zipfile attachments (containing nothing *but* the malware) it took a long time for Kaspersky to deal with them. Its own internal update routines also seem to have issues; five days ago, Kaspersky complained that it needed to update itself (which seemed odd, since I had it configured to do that automatically) and the update stalled at 17% for more than 24 hours before I finally rebooted and restarted the process.
This was very helpful when we went to Iceland for our honeymoon. A couple things were slightly inaccurate like times things were open, but that could also be because we visited during an off season. Overall, great resource.