Not much to complain about DW - it does its job without any management really, unless I want to delete some malware traces I guess - but as with all sandbox/isolating-type of applications, direct trusting of software that you're about to install is very important to make the operation seamless. One reason I left GW, while being a great sandbox, no doubt, is that I got some problems if I went "out of bounds" - that's, I try to make something non-isolated. Sure, I can always save EVERYTHING that I want to install, on my desktop and so on and so on - but I don't like to do what I feel is unnecessary steps. Things could be made easier and working better. If I'm gonna use software, I want it to be as seamless as possible. GW didn't let me do this completely - I leave it. (Not the only problem, but that's another matter.) So, what I'm wondering is, will there be, or is there some direct way to trust something that I'm about to install - something that's running and coming from say my browser, which makes it untrusted? To take an example... I was about to install P-CAV (see sig.) after DW was installed, so I download it, the setup starts, and I get the impression that at least should I be able to go into DW and its GUI, and finally take care of it there. "Hmm... doesn't show up in the untrusted applications-list? Weird... Well, have to find another way then... What if I look under untrusted process(es)? Ah, there it's! What? I can't trust it even there!? Crap..." That's basically how my mind went (), and then I would still have wanted an even more direct way to run something as trusted. Right-click menu of the taskbar on the item, something on the window itself, untrusted process(es) list (just mentioning since IMO it should be added, not because I would prefer going "that far" ) - just some fast and convenient way to run something as trusted. Thanks for any response.