New in 4.1: 1. Automatic self-update: AppGuard will periodically check for new updates and prompt you when an update is available. Automatic Updates can be controlled on the AppGuard Advanced Page. At some point during the beta, we will provide an update so that you can test that feature for us. Automatic Updates can be controlled on the AppGuard Advanced Page. 2. Auto-Install Mode: With this setting, Trusted Publishers can trigger AppGuard to automatically lower the protection level to Install when the publisher's applications are launched from User-Space. 3. Toaster Messages to remind you: a. When your trial is about to expire. b. When you have lowered AppGuard protection more than 30 minutes (and the "Automatically Resume" checkbox is unchecked). 4. AppGuard will display a warning message box when it blocks an installation or executable. The number of these messages will be limited to three at any given time. There is a checkbox on the message that will allow you to choose to never see these messages again. 5. AppGuard will now record an event during startup when it locates a Guarded Application (a positive indication vs. only the negative indications that were previously provided). 6. Additional Trusted Publishers: a. Apple b. Intuit c. Symantec d. McAfee 7. Additional Guarded Applications: a. Cyberlink DVD Player b. VLC c. AOL Desktop Browser 8. Minor GUI enhancements: a. The "Restore All Settings To Default" button is now located on the Advanced Tab and does not require Privileged Mode in order to use (but it will challenge you to make sure that you really want to restore the settings). If you have elected not to display the blocked launch warnings, that will be reset as well. b. Trusted Publishers are now located on the User-Space tab in the customization interface. 9. Bug fixes: a. An inaccurate event that indicated that AppGuard could not locate a Guarded Application on 64-bit Machines has been fixed. b. The Opera Browser should now automatically be located and added to the Guard List if installed on the computer. c. AppGuard will now work on Japanese and Chinese OSs d. When adding an application to the Guard list, AppGuard will now enumerate the programs in the start menu on non-English Operating Systems.