I was looking for some info about AVG autoupdater and came across this readme.txt file. AVG 6.0 Antivirus systemThe README.TXT file contains the newest information which we were not able to include in manuals. Most of this information is very important, please read it carefully.End of file README.TXT(~_~)
This sounds very much like the notice board which read:-"It is forbidden to throw stones at this notice board."Or am I missing something???
But 'tis Friday afternoon...
I made a shortcut to run the AVG autoupdater C:/Program Files/Grisoft/AVG6/AVGCC32.EXE" All it needs now is a command line switch to look for an update immediately. Is that possible?
It is to have a file (a "readme" file) there in readiness for future proofing and reporting devlopments with the software. I probably has to have some content to prevent it being erased/hidden.It is a simpler process to insert developments into a notepad "readme" file than it is to modify a manual.€d
Having up-to-date virus protection is important. Whoever wrote that text file presumably intended to insert some vital stop-press news. What exactly did not get added to the help file?I found a way to add the command to the menu in Opera:[Browser Utilities menu]Item, "AVG Update" = "Execute Program, "C:/Program Files/Grisoft/AVG6/AVGCC32.EXE",,,"AVG""Item, "Babelmap" = "Execute Program, "C:\Program Files\Babel Map\Babelmap.exe",,,"Babel""Item, "Calculator" = "Execute Program, "calc.exe",,,"Calc""Item, "Notepad" = "Execute Program, "notepad.exe",,,"Panel Notes""
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