I won't be upgrading any of my other Windows 8.1 PCs to 10 anytime soon.
Hi I updated to Windows 10 yesterday evening and haven't really had any problems with it up till now.
Avira Antivirus 10.0.0.67 does not update automatically Manual (by button) update works. My guess is that these programs are simply not reporting that an update is in progress when in fact it is.
Uninstall and then clean install - the same behavior. OS: Windows Vista and Windows XP (two different computers). I've noticed that some Anti-Virus products don't appear to be updating, but after rebooting or waiting approximately 5-10 minutes the updates come into effect.
Could you please take a look at you inbox when you have a chance. Gayathri Rajendiran Norton Forums Administrator Symantec Corporation I uninstalled NS, ran the NRT a couple times and then reinstalled. Windows Defender and Windows Firewall are both now showing as off.
It is apparent to me that before upgrading to Windows 10 that NS/NIS should removed from the the PC first and then reinstalled after a successful upgrade of the operating system (which was my original plan, but thanks to Microsoft downloading the Windows 10 upgrade as an important update, not an optional update, when I was trying to update Windows 8.1 with a different update I accidentally started the upgrade to 10).
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I believe that you are still protected with the avast firewall, so I wouldn't be too concerned - unless, of course, if it is interfering with some other program . Most third party firewalls disable the windows firewall, but avast's firewall was originally built to be compatible with it.
After it updated it turns out my windows firewall is turned off and when i go onto the control panel is says. I assume that you are using avast Internet Security with its own firewall.
These setting are being managed by vendor application avast! Does this mean i have to turn windows firewall on through avast? If you are, then the same thing is happening to me.
Earlier this week, Microsoft confirmed that the Windows 10 official launch date will be on July 29 and will be available as a free upgrade to Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users (for one year).
This latest OS will be available to pre-order in the upcoming weeks when it launches in 190 different markets across the globe.