Hello everybody and Happy new year! I'm a new user of RVS 2010 Free on Windows XP SP3. I'm not interrested by the antivirus feature so I disabled it and I didn't create a virtual partition because my hard disk has already a second partition. As I will only use RVS from time to time to safely try some Windows settings and install new software for testing purpose only, I would like RVS not to start automatically at Windows startup. In order to do so, I deleted the shortcut I found in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup and it worked: RVS does not auto starts anymore and the rvsgui.exe process is not running in my system anymore. Besides this, I noticed there is a process called rvsmon.exe still running on my system, so I decided to launch Services.msc and set the "Returnil virtual..." service to Manual startup instead of automatic. After all this, I made some tests by manually launching RVS and enabling the System Safe feature, I created some files in my C: partition and RVS worked like a charm as these files disappeared after system restart. The only thing I noticed is the hard disk free space that didn't go back to normal after restart (the space used by Virtual System on my C: partition wasn't given back to Windows). I think it's probably due to the Returnil service I turned to Manual in Services.msc. The correct disk space is restored when I manually launch RVS). Could you tell me if this is the right method or if there is a simpler way to get rid of the two RVS processes in memory and use this software only on-demand?