I just trialed the new version very briefly. I inititally downloaded the Dr.Web AntiVirus. I loved the interface for the installer and that it let me choose a few options when installing. However, after installing it, I discovered that you have to activate it with a licence to use it. You can only get a trial licence for Dr.Web Security Space, so before I did the required reboot before using their antivirus I uninstalled it and installed Security Space with a 90 day trial licence. Security Space has some features I don't need, which is why I always prefer to go with a straight antivirus rather than a full security suite. But, at least I was able get it to not install web filtering (I never use this), and the firewall (I prefer the use of Windows firewall as it has very few prompts). I really liked the user interface, but it was not immediately apparant how to get the advanced configuration options. You can't configure the real time protection to prompt you for action when a threat is taken, and I found it had automatically quarantined two files (which were actually false positives). This is reason enough for me to stop using any antivirus. What is worse however, is that when I did a context menu scan of my Downloads folder CPU use was spiking at 98%. I stopped the scan, but the high CPU remained until I disabled the real time protection. I had expected the CPU use to drop when I stopped the scan. While I've always liked Dr.Web as an antivirus having tried various versions over the last 20+ years, starting with the DOS version, this version, just like the last one I tried is too heavy for my liking. Back to no antivirus for me for a least a few hours, maybe even a few weeks.