The Automatic Updates option in the Android SAFE application has three options: - My own operator only - All operators - Never I'm guessing that this relates to mobile phone operators or MVNOs but that's a guess on my part, so I'm interested to know if my assumption is right and if so what the implication is (i.e. is it to prevent checks for updates when the user is roaming / abroad). I suggest that a couple of improvements to this page: 1. Highlight if the last update check was over 28 days ago and suggest that an update check is (urgently) made. 2. Change the wording of the automatic update options to something more user friendly. Given that the SAFE application has administrator rights can the Phone Operator/MVNO name be pulled in as a variable for the selection options? 3. Update now - the "press here to start update" be replaced with a button that is disabled if an automatic update check has shown that SAFE is running the most up to date version. 4. A help "?" is added to the Updates page to explain the options to the user and their implications. Hope these suggestions are clear and useful.
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i'd like to see in future,in F-Secure,things that all the other AV or suites haves.total virus definitions numbers,right click scan icon,removable device scan(with pop up when device is detected,and offer scan options)scan pausing,reverto to native firewall instead Windows Firewall,and HIPS features. and OUTLOOK 2013 antispam plugin the interface is always the same, why you do not think to change it ? really is too old , in my opinion i love F- Secure capacity to detect and remove malware,but needs improvements, to bring it closer to other security suites, especially in the visual field and tools such as those mentioned. it's sad to see suites that do not have half of the f-secure effectiveness to have all these tools that are missing in F -Secure i hope that 2014 version is truly innovative , and add all the things that are missing to become F -Secure really amazing!
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