I am so glad I decided to install DrWeb first on a virtual machine instead of my host machine. I had no idea it would insist on installing a worthless email scanner and then I could not even turn it off. I NEVER use an email scanner...not on Outlook Express. I hate them. (Besides my ISP, like most these days, scans all incoming and outgoing mail at the mail gateways and dslreports also scans dslr mail). I assumed that I would be able to choose custom install and not install the email scanner or, at the very least, be able to disable it entirely after the install. The installer hung although it appeared that DrWeb installed ok but I could not close the Installer. I had to use Task Manager to kill it. Besides seeing that email scanner install, I saw immediately that I would not be happy with DrWeb as I will not use an AV that scans before I have a chance to configure it. That can cause a mess when a scanner is that ill behaved. Plus, there is no on demand scanner? That is actually all I want ...is a very powerful on demand scanner. (Avira's on demand scanner is weak). I had no DrWeb on right click. I was really puzzled to see quarantine for the superfulous email scanner but no quarantine where it is needed. I also cannot do without quarantine. I decided to uninstall it. I couldn't. The installer told me that it had detected an OLDER version of DrWeb on my computer and recommended that I abort the installation and first remove the old version. Huh? I was trying to uninstall it not install it! And what was that about detecting an old version? I got it off DrWeb's site. How could that be an OLD version? I have never had DrWeb on this computer before this so there is no way the installer was seeing an old version. Anyhow, I could not uninstall it. I had to use System Restore. So, as I said, I am so glad I did not try it on my host machine.