EMSISOFTHelpdesk
Knowledgebase:
What are delayed updates?
Posted by Orlando Pivi - Emsisoft, Last modified by David Biggar - Emsisoft on 11 August 2017 02:22

Delayed updates are a special update feed where you will get an older version of the software that displayed extraordinary stability and performance compared to later versions. Of course, choosing this option will lead you to a version that maybe does not contain some new features. We do not recommend this setting for regular use due to the lack of updated features, but we suggest this setting ONLY if you experience any serious stability issues with the current program version.

NOTE: This special feed is created especially for business users.

From the in-program description: For administrators who want to serve their clients only stable versions that they have tested via the stable feed before.

In order to activate the delayed feed in Emsisoft Anti-Malware, open your Emsisoft program, click Settings in the top row, then Updates in the second row. Next, choose the Delayed feed from the ‘Update feed’ pull-down menu. Click the ‘Update now’ button, and the program will download what it needs to change itself to the delayed feed. To change back, use the same process and switch to the Stable feed, and use the ‘Update now’ button again.


In order to activate the delayed feed in Emsisoft Anti-Malware, open your Emsisoft program, click Settings in the top row, then Updates in the second row. Next, choose the Delayed feed from the ‘Update feed’ pull-down menu. Click the ‘Update now’ button, and the program will download what it needs to change itself to the delayed feed. To change back, use the same process and switch to the Stable feed, and use the ‘Update now’ button again.



Attachments 
 
 img1.png (105.03 KB)
(3 vote(s))
Helpful
Not helpful