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Poolman

 
Member Since: Jul 15, 2011
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Originally Posted by MacInWin View Post
The A/V does cost resources. I takes cycles of the CPU and your time while it's doing its thing.

Here's the analogy. OSX provides protection to keep a burglar out of your house. It stops people that are suspicious, giving you the chance to decide to let them in, while permitting access to your known friends. You have disabled that protection, but hired a guard to shoot that burglar once he's in the house. That burglar needs to be fed, and he frisks every visitor, friendly or not, delaying arrival of friends.

Why not let OSX do what it does and not add unneeded delays?
I love this analogy
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