Hi Guys: Happy New Year to all. Have a question. I just went through ESET's online installation tutorial. This WARNING from ESET popped up during the tutorial. The term "AntiVirus" application is no longer a well defined term, since each vendor has its own set of "functionalities" associated with the term "AntiVirus". For example, NOD32's AntiVirus application goes well beyond just viruses (see the second screen capture above - ie NOD32 deals with all sorts of malware, eg SpyWare, etc, etc). In a similar fashion, Outpost, is more than just a firewall, it does other things as well (eg SpyWare removal, etc, etc) In a similar fashion, PC Tools' Spyware Doctor also does lots of nice things as well. etc, etc, etc. So here is my question. Does ESET recommend that a user disable ALL functionality in ANY OTHER PRODUCT that overlaps with ANY of NOD32's "functionalities" as per the NOD32 functionality screen capture above? OR Does ESET recommend that a user disable ONLY the AntiVirus specific functionality in ANY OTHER PRODUCT? Any help would be appreciated. Regards To All.