I am a registered user of NOD 32 Antivirus, but have been trialing another security suite recently. That has a feature that should be copied by ESET & others. The feature is a selectable "Detect Internet Connection" update feature. This means that quietly, in the background, the programme detects an internet detection being started & updates automatically (& hourly thereafter until disconnected). Most security programmes either bombard the user with popups warning of an inability to update due to no internet connection, or will only update at a set time period. So if (say) two hourly updates are selected, an attempt to update will take place after two hours whether or not an internet connection exists. This means that updates are missed during internet connections before two hours have passed and also between two and four hours (etc.). This is very annoying and has meant that I have turned off automatic updates in the past & felt the need to tediously manually update on connecting to the internet. I find this "Detect Internet Connection" update feature invaluable. How about it, ESET?