Why does the Mem usage of each process increase to it's Peak Mem Usage (or very near it) when A-squared performs it's Process memory scan ? I can guess that it's because the scan forces all memory used by the process to be paged back into RAM. If this is the case, I have to ask why no other scanner I'm running has the same effect when performing Process memory scans ? Also, to save me from creating a separate thread, I have a couple of requests for A-squared: 1) All Process memory space should not be scanned everytime a file is scanned. 2) It should be possible to right-click a file and scan with A-squared, instead of only being able to select a folder for scanning.