Review: RAV AntiVirus Desktop for Windows

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Installation can be for one PC or a network system, take your pick. But when it comes to updating your anti-virus protection RAV Desktop has a neat trick - instead of every machine downloading the same updates it allows one networked computer to act as the update server and collect the new virus definitions. The workstations can then collect them from a set directory. This saves bandwidth, and for the smaller office model that is important. A deployment tool is also available to allow one central installation to be rolled out across your network.

Installation can be for one PC or a network system, take your pick. But when it comes to updating your anti-virus protection RAV Desktop has a neat trick - instead of every machine downloading the same updates it allows one networked computer to act as the update server and collect the new virus ...

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