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Seems to work well, as did previous versions - but the 2014 version...,
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This review is from: BullGuard Internet Security Latest Edition - 1 Year - 3 User Licence with 5GB of Online Storage (PC) (CD-ROM)
...suffers from a presentation and user-friendliness inferior to last year's. For example the home screen is too small to accomodate all the icons, and is not resizeable. This is unnecessarily irritating.
I also find it very annoying that Bullguard's annual renewal charge (although "discounted") has always been higher than Amazon's price for a brand new copy on CD. Come on Bullguard - respect your regular customers!
Having said that though, I would still renew next year - and recommend it to others.
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Initial post: 24 Dec 2013 17:34:47 GMT
Bob Merck says:
Thanks, nice to know what others think before purchasing.
Posted on 9 Jan 2014 23:54:20 GMT
Totally agree with you about the "discounted" renewal issue. However, I've been using BullGuard for several years now and will definitely continue to do so. Mines up for renewal very shortly so will be purchasing the 2014 version. What I particularly really like about BullGuard is the friendly user interface (haven't seen the 2014 version yet), the "PC tuneup" and the "Game Mode" that's incorporated with the software. Once you use BullGuard its easy to see why its a Which? best buy.
Posted on 22 Mar 2014 17:12:04 GMT
BullGuard aren't unique in trying to fleece their existing customers. Norton do exactly the same, when I went on-line to complain to a Norton support technician and showed him the pricing, he reluctantly agreed that it was cheaper (50%) to buy the complete software package from Amazon, complete with disks, packaging and shipping costs, than to click the "renew" button on the installed product.
Yes, I agree, naughty BullGuard, but all the security/AV companies do the same. It's a stupid policy, because it means that customers are forced to shop around and see what else is on the market.
Posted on 14 Aug 2014 08:52:07 BDT
MR JOHN KIRKHAM says:
As of August 2014 Home Screen is now full size
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