I am one of those unfortunate people with a video driver that forces me to use a legacy version of FREEDOME: 1.16.3641.0.
I was told not to accept updates, which are frequently offered. Although I am quite satisfied with the operation of FREEDOME on my desktop, I am concerned that by continuing to use a legacy version that will work with my system, I may be missing out on security enhancements that result in my VPN not being as secure as it should be.
Is there any effort to include whatever updates have been issued in a version that will operate with my system, or must I wait until I buy a new computer?
I don't really understand why a video driver would force you to use an old version of Freedome?
If you're looking for the latest installers of Freedome (latest version available) you can dowload it here!
(This file (.exe) also upgrades an already installed version of Freedome on your Windows PC)
For better help you might want to chat or speak to an F-Secure expert!
Possible to re-check this topic and 'latest' conclusion:
There was perfect 'explanation' about situation, some workarounds, troubles and meanigns with feelings. Based on user's experience.
Partly topic about 'another trouble' - but also based on troubles with videodrivers/cards and support for some technologies.
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