We’re happy to introduce the Beta version of the brand new AVG PC TuneUp 2014. Apart from further improvements to our cleaning features, we have also added two completely new tools. One of them is Duplicate Finder which allows you to search for and delete duplicate files on your hard drive. The other one is Flight Mode. Using a simple switch in the main menu, you can easily turn off Wifi and Bluetooth connections and thus prolong your battery life. The full list of improvements can be found here.
Visit the AVG Beta portal if you are interested in testing the AVG PC TuneUp 2014 beta version or want to find out more. Your feedback is valuable to us. Therefore, the most active participants of the test will have a chance to win one of these amazing prizes – iPad Retina and a bunch of Amazon.com vouchers! (Terms & Conditions).
What is the loggingserver.exe process?
We would like to inform you that the loggingserver.exe process is a new part of AVG Secure Search and is considered safe. Please find more information about this process in the Is the process loggingserver.exe safe? article or you may check the How to recognize safe files belonging to AVG if you are still suspicious.
Illegal version of AVG pop-up
Users have reported that their AVG should be valid till 2018, but has been downgraded to trial version.
Please note that if you see this pop-up and are experiencing the behavior described above, you may be a victim of Internet piracy.
We recommend buying a valid license by clicking on link in the pop-up or downgrading AVG to Free version.
AVG Continuing Protection Service
AVG Continuing Protection Service is an optional service that keeps your computer continuously protected by automatically renewing your license at the end of your subscription period. This service is automatically enabled for new AVG AntiVirus, Internet Security, Family Safety and LiveKive purchases made through AVG eShop. Please follow the How to cancel automatic renewals? article to cancel automatic renewals for your products.
My computer is infected
Many users are asking us how to proceed when they suspect that their computer has become infected. We have summarized the general procedure in the My computer is infected. What do I do now? article. In case your AVG is not installed yet we recommend going through the How to install AVG on an infected computer article.
If you have any questions about any of these issues or need help resolving them, please contact AVG customer care experts.
August 6, 2013