Hi I've been using Kaspersky for quite a while. Anyway, I've been having a few problems with it the other day, so I decided to try a different anti virus program. Thus far, I'm really liking Eset Nod32. I'm currently using the trial. One thing that I did notice is that when I used Kaspersky, a full scan came out with over 700,000 files. Now, with Nod32 (with everything maxed) it's like 379,000 or so files. What i'm asking is, why the big difference in the number of files? There's really some good things about Nod32. I actually defragged my disks without having to disable the monitor (Nod32) Performance in general is a lot more peppy. World Of Warcraft seems smoother. Anyway, my key runs out in July for Kaspersky, so if I decide to buy the full version (which I'm certain I will) it's probably just a matter of uninstalling the trial and so forth, then installing the paid version? Thanks.