Red Systray Icon?!?
During the beta phase the systray icon was known letter "B" in white.
Now in the final version the systray icon has a new icon in red color which is known to refer to errors or problems in any type of product.
Its hard to understand the logic of who is responsible for the graphical interface of the product, because the main screen of the product display the message "You are protected. This system is safe" in green color to show that it's all ok.
As everyone knows, it is practically a standard that some colors refer to proper operation and other colors refer to problems.
The change to a new layout similar to the Windows 8 Metro interface is causing me many problems and difficulties of use. I like and i'm open to changes and new developments since they show real improvement, especially in productivity and ease of use.
Several operations that I met with a few mouse clicks, for example, the events, now require more steps affecting the productivity of the product.
I miss the informational messages about what the purpose of buttons that do not have labels. I hope you understand, but it took me some time to understand the meaning of some icons of filters in the vulnerability scanning interface window.
In addition... Managing the firewall application rules merged with General Rules is confused and to make matters worse you can not size the window to avoid an infinite scroll. When there are situations of many applications will be very difficult to find applications that you want to manage.
The change to an interface with primary colors Especially with the absence of edges, contours and any finish on the buttons displayed in dark gray with alternating black and white, creates difficulties in use in some situations contrast with the desktop and making this Difficult to use the product in some situations that did not occur before.
Bitdefender developers need to adapt the operation of your products for the latest market releases for compatibility. I understand it and wish this, but it's not because Microsoft erred in its new metro interface that bitdefender need to follow the same strategy.
An interface designed for use in mobile devices such as tablets, smartphones and other requires simplicity and its choice is justified.
But products like Bitdefender Antivirus, Internet Security and Total Security are intended for personal computers might not have such a primary, simple interface and lacking information. Simplicity and cleanliness may well live with the display of information and appropriate instructions on the screen.
Thanks, and sorry by any english errors