Greetings everyone, I am a fairly new user of Process Guard and I like the product. I am also a user of the Ultimate Troubleshooter program by AnswersThatWork and upon updating to v2.36, I read the newest service definitions and suggestions and found this recommendation for the DCSPGSRV. Make your own conclusions: "TUT Description Usermode Aspect Windows 2000/XP service installed by Diamond Computer Systems' Process Guard (as a standalone product or as part of Trojan Defence Suite). This service implements various security features of the above products. TUT Recommendation Down to end-user preference. We have serious reservations about products like Process Guard as we feel the benefits are marginal when compared to the potential pitfalls. While we are prepared to be proved wrong, we believe that a product like Process Guard will at most detect 40% of trojan programs out there, which is actually very good. Most importantly, however, the potential problems are too serious : for example, we have had many instances of users running Process Guard and not being able to run our own The Ultimate Troubleshooter product because Process Guard had issues with it, issues that we could not fathom out. Additionally, products like this are, in our opinion, always at the mercy of changes implemented by Microsoft through Windows Update with the potential that, one day, you could find yourself with serious compatibility issues. Lastly, many of the defence mechanisms used by products like Process Guard are now progressively being introduced into Windows, as part of Windows, starting with Service Pack 2 as far as Windows XP is concerned - this itself makes such products relatively obsolete in our view. For all these reasons we ourselves recommend against such products in most cases apart from PCs which are used frequently to download using file sharing programs.". That's it, just thought some who don't use The Ultimate Troubleshooter and use PG might find this interesting. I apologize for the format.