An updated beta version of Anti-Dr. Web for Mac OS X
April 13, 2009, 2:59 pm
The company Doctor Web, has released a new beta version of the antivirus Dr. Web operating system, Mac OS X version 10. 4 or higher installed on a Macintosh computer with a processor Intel. The first beta version of Dr. Web for Mac OS X was presented by Doctor Web, at the end of last year, December 26, 2008. Since then it has undergone substantial refinement, which, inter alia, referred to the graphical interface, and features a file monitor the functioning of Dr. Web SpIDer Guard. The increased attention with the release of a new beta version of Dr. Web for Mac OS X has been given to the interface of the program. It includes a new main window, a lot of new icons and a new type of configuration and management of licenses for Windows software. In addition, specialists of the company Doctor Web, added Dr. Web for Mac OS X, the new settings file monitor Dr. Web SpIDer Guard, resulting in particular from the user an opportunity to determine the maximum possible time scanning a single file, and choose whether to check the archives or not. The company Doctor Web, invites all wishing to participate in an external beta test antivirus Dr. Web for Mac OS X. For this purpose it is necessary to pass the procedure of registration. Download the beta version of Dr. Web for Mac OS X could be here.