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    louiserhk Guest

    Default Update to Size of program

    I just updated to from 7.0.
    In my "Add-Remove Program" Zone Alarm showed 30.65 MB for 7.0.
    updating to 8.0 it indicated that program was 58.1 MB.
    I rechecked the "Add-Remove Program" feature after the new download
    and it still shows 30.65 MB.
    Checking my ZA program from the desktop it does indicate I have 8.0.
    The information in the "Add-Remove..." does not state the program number.
    Why the discrepancy in the MB's?

    Should I have uninstalled 7.0 before upgrading?
    Is 7.0 gone?
    Do I need to do anything else to complete the upgrade?
    Hope I explained my confusion in a manner
    that you understand my questions!
    Thank you.

    Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
    Software Version:8.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2005

    Default Re: Update to Size of program

    Comparing the executible code files seen in the Windows add and remove and comparing this to the ZA installer (which includes not just these executible coded files but also many data or non coded files such as simple .xml, .ini, etc and of course the bundled spyware and antivirus definitions listing ) does not work.
    Same as comparing oranges to apples.

    Things are okay.
    Not an issue.

    Best regards.

  3. #3
    louiserhk Guest

    Default Re: Update to Size of program

    Thank you Oldsod.
    The only thing I really understood was "Things are OK".
    The rest of your message was Greek to me.
    I will not

    worry about this and just keep computing.
    Please keep in mind that some of us don't understand a lot of computer talk and it gets very confusing.

    Everything seems to be working, though I have some questions about "Privacy",
    but I will leave that for another day.

    Thanks again.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Dec 2005

    Default Re: Update to Size of program

    No problem, just post your Privacy question in the E-mail Protection, Privacy forum boards.
    Best regards.

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