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Hi

I have had Kaspersky for some years now and updates used to occur daily, sometimes more than once daily.

 

Since installing the 2012 version sometimes there are no updates for several days. Kaspersky and my PC is working properly otherwise. System date ok.

Kaspersky version 12.0.0.374

 

Is Kaspersky not issuing as many updates or is the internet a safer place with no more viruses :b_lol1:

 

For example in the UK the time is now 01.39 Tuesday 22 Nov 2011 and an auto update was done 10 minutes ago. It says the database is up to date and gives a release date of 00.20 Friday 18 November 2011. A manual update gives the same result. It appears that Kaspersky have not issued any virus database updates for 4 days. Is this correct?

 

Best wishes to all

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Open KIS > Settings > Advanced Settings (cardboard box icon) > Appearance > Select Animate Task bar icon when executing tasks > Apply > ok > ok

 

Any better?

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Open KIS > Settings > Advanced Settings (cardboard box icon) > Appearance > Select Animate Task bar icon when executing tasks > Apply > ok > ok

 

Any better?

 

Hi rudger79

Thanks for your prompt response.

 

The answer is 'yes' amazingly! It is now updating or checking for updates several times a day and virus definitions are only a few minutes or at most a few hours old.

 

Why on earth would simply showing an animation produce such startling results when Kaspersky should be updating anyway? Do not understand!

 

However many thanks for your input - clearly it works!

 

Best regards.

Edited by 1kaspersky1

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Because the updates were happening as normal, but the tool tip over the icon does not refresh with current information if the icon is unanimated.

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Because the updates were happening as normal, but the tool tip over the icon does not refresh with current information if the icon is unanimated.

 

Brilliant! Thanks for the explanation and the original suggestion!

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