Hello, WSF. I seem to be having some strange problems with my limited account. Now in the majority of instances when I use my administrator account or my limited account, I used Sandboxie. And everytime after I use Sandboxie, I "Delete Contents." Also, after I delete the Sandboxie content, I run CCleaner....and most of the times 0 bytes of anything shows on the screen(which makes sense). However, sometimes there's a few files here, and a few files there that are still removed by CCleaner...things such as Windows Log Files. But not too long ago, after deleting contents from Sandboxie, CCleaner was still able to delete 0.54 MB of files...which included 32 KB of "History" files, 1 KB of "Recent Documents" files, 522 KB of "Temporary Files" files, and 1 KB of "Windows Log Files" files.(See image capture at bottom of post.) But what I would like to know is: Why is CCleaner being able to remove all of these files when Sandboxie Delete Contents is suppose to delete all of the files that you used when using the web? Also, after I made the screen capture below, CCleaner now no longer removes that amount of files(0.54 MB) after a Sandoxie Delete Contents, and now only removes 0 bytes or maybe 1 KB of Windows Log Files. But has this happened to anyone else before...or does anyone have any idea as to what may be going on? Also, one more thing that I wanted to mention. Not too long ago, I reformatted my hard drive. Although with an e-machine computer, it's called something else(that I can't think of right now) where you're essentially writing over the former hard drive set up from an e-machine recovery file, which is on the hard drive. But anyway, after I reformatted my computer and created the limited account....my Avast Antivirus alerted me of and intercepted a trojan horse. But since then, I haven't felt real comfortable with my computer and don't go to any crucial websites such as my banking site, etc. Also, I had been thinking about D-banning my hard drive and starting over completely fresh with the recovery disc that I have. But any thoughts or comments would be appreciated.