With a $30 investment, Bitdefender Box Review is a fairly straightforward and cheap antivirus product.
You simply scan your PC, then install Bitdefiance’s software suite on it and it’ll scan for any malicious files that may be lurking on your PC.
For the most part, the product does what it’s supposed to.
The company claims it has more than 50,000 antivirus solutions installed on PCs and laptops, with more than 300,000 of those being from third-party vendors, including Microsoft and Symantec.
Bitdefence claims that it’s also able to scan up to 10,000 devices simultaneously, and it’s not the only antivirus software on Bitdefie’s website.
There’s also a Bitdefend Mobile app, which Bitdefy claims can scan your Android smartphone for malware, and Bitdefeak is currently selling a $29 device that can scan any mobile device with its own security suite.
In a post on its website, BitDefender says that it offers a “multi-device” solution, but it’s clear that Bitdefer is more focused on the PC than the Android market.
With this particular device, Bit Defender offers a single PC scan that takes about 15 minutes to complete, and the app will scan up a total of up to 50 devices simultaneously.
But it can’t scan all of them at once.
This isn’t a feature that’s available on all of Bitdeface’s PCs, either.
The device will only scan a limited set of devices at a time, and you can’t add devices to the list, but that doesn’t mean that BitDefence doesn’t offer some flexibility in how it scans its devices.
For instance, you can scan only devices that are connected to the internet.
This means that if you’re using Bitdefreak to scan your mobile phone for malware or to remotely wipe your computer, you’ll need to enable the internet connection option for each device that Bit Defier is scanning.
However, Bit deface also offers a feature called “smart devices.”
This is a feature where Bitdefire will scan all your devices, even if the internet is not connected to your device.
It doesn’t include this option in its PC scanner, so it’ll still scan all devices, but the smart devices option allows you to specify what devices you want to scan.
It can scan up an unlimited number of devices, so you can make sure that the number of scans that Bit defie will do for a particular device is the right number for your needs.
BitDefy’s PC scanner will scan a number of different devices at once, but you can select different devices to scan for different purposes.
For example, you could scan the phone of a colleague and the other person’s mobile phone.
You can also select devices that aren’t connected to Bitdefense’s network and can’t be scanned remotely.
This can help you prevent infections if your colleague or someone else is using BitDefie to scan devices remotely.
If you’re not sure what kind of devices you have, you have the option to set up a “Smart Devices” profile, which allows you the ability to set a list of devices to be scanned.
This list can be a little confusing.
It looks like you’ll see the following devices: Your mobile phone The device of your PC The device that’s connected to Wi-Fi or cellular networks A computer or a server A network connection Bitdefier’s Smart Devices feature works a bit differently than its PC Scanning features.
You won’t be able to specify any individual device by name, but instead, Bit DEFY will scan that device in order of priority, starting with the device that has the most priority.
You’ll also be able create a list for each priority, so that you can specify what device you want Bit Defie to automatically scan for next.
In the screenshot below, we’ve created a Smart Devices list that includes the following items: A computer, a smartphone, and an external hard drive.
It’ll scan all the phones in the list first.
If the phone is connected to a Wi-fi network, the PC will also be scanned first.