A bump on this one.
But apparently F-Secure SAFE is F-Secure 2013 and not 2014.
Maybe this is why it is given away for free for 12 months to Virgin Media customers. If true, this is not great for those users bought/buying a new computer over the holidays with WIN 8.1.
It does if the F-Secure SAFE is restricted to 2013 version and it cannot be upgraded.
As far as I know only F-Secure 2014 version is fully compatible with WIN 8.1 (IE11).
Why do you suspect it is 2013? I can't find any information about versions, indicating it would be the latest. If not, it sounds almost like a kind of ISP version. And you can't upgrade ISP versions yourself from F-Secure web site.
I have been in touch with a number of users over on the Virgin Media Forums who have had problems with WIN 8.1. They contacted F-Secure support and were told that the SAFE version is not compatible with WIN 8.1, as it is F-Secure 2013.
If they wanted to use WIN 8.1 they would have to switch to FSIS 2014.
Hopefully an F-Secure expert can confirm this information on the official Forum.
Good morning and Happy New Year!
F-Secure SAFE includes the latest version, always.
Currently that is F-Secure Internet Security 2014 Release 2, which is Windows 8.1 compatible.
Yet another example of F-Secure Support not being consistent in their response.
I have no doubt that Stephan is correct but why then is some part of the Support chain telling Virgin Media customers that F-Secure SAFE is F-Secure Internet Security 2013 ONLY! See for example; http://community.virginmedia.com/t5/Internet-security/F-Secure-SAFE-and-windows-8-1/td-p/2128364
Thank you for relaying this information to the Virgin Media community!
I'm terribly sorry about the obviously wrong communication you reported.
Sadly I'm unable to find that support request without details from the user opening that request.
So, I can't see what went wrong when, where and why.
However, I'll make sure to brief all of our customer care staff to ensure this doesn't happen again.
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