09-26-2008 10:18 PM
I understand what it does but how do I use it?I click on it then wait while it analyzes files,then it comes up with 90% OK 10% need scanning.When i first clicked on it it came up 92% - 8%,How does the scan work do you close the insight window then do a full system scan???I know the few files that came in as no or 2 stars have been sent via community watch,well I saw them being processed in community watch.Any Insight will be appreciated
09-26-2008 10:48 PM
I had read that blog but it does not tell me how to use the actual feature on NIS2009?I know what its doing/does.but I want to know how to actually use it.
09-27-2008 06:56 AM - edited 09-27-2008 06:57 AM
I'm With You!
I'd really like to know what I'm actually supposed to be doing ( How To Use ) - Norton Insight
So Far... I've only ever looked at once
I'm scared I'll break something If I mess with it
09-27-2008 07:04 AM - last edited on 09-27-2008 09:06 AM by Allen_K
There is nothing to break. If you simply open up InSight it tells you what it does on the top left. This is from the help file. InSiught has nothing to do with full scans.InSight is scanning your running processes for known good ones.
Norton Insight allows smart scanning of files on your computer. It improves the performance of Norton Internet Security scan by scanning fewer files without compromising the security of your computer.
Norton Insight provides information about the processes that are running on your computer. You can view the details of the files of each running process, assess the trust level, and take necessary action. You can refresh a file to obtain the current trust level.
You must be connected to the Internet to view the trust level of running processes on your computer.
09-27-2008 11:54 AM
09-27-2008 12:40 PM
Hi Again Dieselman743
To a Novice PC user "Take necessary action" does not mean much.What I'm looking for is someone to say you click this this happens or it means this ie I click on the file that has no trust,it takes me to a window with folders???What as a novice does that mean I have to do next?Thanks for your patience.
09-27-2008 01:28 PM
09-27-2008 05:56 PM - edited 09-27-2008 06:00 PM