This is a Basic Configuration question... My preference, when Prevx encounters a file that it wants to block, is to have Prevx prompt me, thus giving me the option to trust it or to remove it. My concern is that Prevx might remove a false positive if I choose not to decide. I believe that the default setting is "Automatically remove blocked files". If I have that checked, and a nasty is encountered, Prevx simply whisks it away, removing it on the spot, correct? In order to receive a prompt, (asking me to decide between removal or trusting), I must leave the "Automatically remove blocked files" unchecked, correct? What I have noticed is that if I leave that auto remove option unchecked, and wish to remove the file, the process is quite drawn out (as partially illustrated in the attached image), especially when compared to the default auto remove option. I mean, look at all the steps Prevx wants a user to go through just to prepare for cleanup... and I haven't clicked on Next yet to see what comes after the preparation. Why is cleanup so cumbersome when a user does not want auto removal? Auto removal is instantaneous... there isn't any saving of documents and closing of programs, disconnecting from the internet, and disabling other security products, as there is when a user asks to be given a choice. Am I right? I hope not. I hope I am missing something!