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Knightmare
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25 days ago
Knightmare
Knightmare
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Hello,

I was wondering if there is a way to request or how to add Zemana Antimalware to SyMenu. I have downloaded Ketarin but for some reason, the download address that I'm inputting will not work.

Thank you
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Gianluca
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24 days ago
Gianluca
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Hello Knightmare,
I will use your request to explain the full new programs addition process.

For first you can directly contact an editor to ask for that.
Or you can use this forum too but I will prefer if you can post the request in the "SyMenu Suite" channel, because it is more suitable (this is the reason for which I moved your post here).
There is another way to add a new program: do it by yourself.

You can study how the process works starting from here: https://www.ugmfree.it/SyMenuSPSBuilder.aspx but it's a very hard step, you should be really committed to this project to accomplish it.

When you ask for an addition, your proposal will be evaluated with mainly two elements in mind: the requested programs must be freeware and portable.

I see this Zemana Antimalware and it is neither freeware nor portable.


They have a demo version and demo is not enough for us, unless it is an a not expiring demo.

The portability as we intend is not necessarily a native portability or a fully one. According to our rules as long as a program can be executed without being installed it's considered as portable. This is our minimum portability requirement. Zemana lacks a native portable version, but I haven't investigate if its setup package could be opened without executing it and if the program is able to start without installation, because the freeware thing avoid its publication the same.

I hope the topic could be a bit more clear now. And if any other person want to add anything you are welcome.
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Knightmare
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23 days ago
Knightmare
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Actually, Zemana does have a portable version on their website. When you download the portable version, it loads as an expired copy of the premium version; however, the only advantage to the premium version is real-time protection. The user using the portable version can still run a manual scan for viruses and use the program normally.

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Gianluca
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21 days ago
Gianluca
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Added!
Refresh you program definition and you'll find it.
Thank you for the report.
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Knightmare
Knightmare
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19 days ago
Knightmare
Knightmare
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Thank you!
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