The new version is 7.0.1451 and contains the following totally new features:
- WebRep now supports Opera
- SiteCorrect module for the detection of unwanted websites
And, in addition to the new features, our developers have made the following modifications:
- Changes in the AutoSandbox module
- Outlook plugin redesign
- Windows 8 compatibility updates
- Emergency Updater
- Improvements to Remote Assistance (support for UAC prompts, etc.)
- Improvements to avast! SafeZone™ (protection against kernel-mode keyloggers, updated SafeZone Browser, clipboard sharing, etc.)
We offer very special thanks to our developers, our QA team, and most importantly our loyal users, who have for many years provided us with great constructive feedback. Anyone can complain, but avast! users consistently amaze us with their new ideas.
For more technical info, please visit http://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=100247.0
For the millions of you who have avast! already installed, just open your avast! control panel, then go to Maintenance -> Update Program
Or, you may download the new update file directly here http://files.avast.com/iavs5x/avast_free_antivirus_setup.exe
In much of the 20th century, women’s professional careers were largely limited to teaching, nursing or secretarial work. But from the 1940s through the 1960s, a blip occurred that has stirred the interest of workplace researchers and college career counselors. As the computer age was born, women were a driving force, and in fact, the very first programmers were women.
Nathan Ensmenger, an “information revolution” historian and professor at the University of Texas at Austin, unearthed an article from the April 1967 issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine called The Computer Girls. The article described a career in computer programming as offering better job opportunities for women than many other professional careers. “It’s just like planning a dinner,” Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, herself a computer science pioneer and original coiner of the term “debugging”, explained to Cosmopolitan readers. “You have to plan ahead and schedule everything so it’s ready when you need it. Programming requires patience and the ability to handle detail. Women are ‘naturals’ at computer programming.” Read more…