Hello there! I have a question. I'm a NOD32 fan, a NOD32 2.7 user, just so you know. My friend wanted me to reformat her laptop because it was becoming really slow. I suspected it might be due to a virus/worms because a lot of the windows features (Task manager, run at start-up..etc...)were disabled. But since she wants it reformatted, I tried to install ESET Smart Security Beta 1b just to see if there are indeed viruses, but no malware of any kind was found after the complete in-depth scan. I was having doubts of it not detecting any malware. So before I went to reformat the laptop, I decided to install Kaspersky Internet Security 7 (with ESS beta uninstalled, of course) for comparison. I was surprise that it did find a handful of trojans(?) (trojan.win32.agent.aue) in the Sytem Volume Information folder and some adware in the Documents and Settings folder which ESS did not detect previously. I'm guessing it has something to do with restore points? So my question is, does it imply superiority of KIS 7 to ESS? Where did it go wrong perhaps?