I am currently using mcafee v10 (2006). Previously used NAV. It is working fine. I am interested in nod32. My understanding is that mcafee has an "autocleaning" feature when it discovers viruses. Some articles I've read indicate that the autocleaning may in fact delete necessary files, which may render the operating system unusable. At the same time I read in an article (I believe PC World) dtd 2002-3 that in a test including nod32, that it too, when cleaning a virus, deleted some critical files. In that article only bitdefender at the time safely removed the virus without causing any collateral damage. What control does a user with the current nod32 have once a virus, trojan, etc. is discovered? And more importantly, any experience with how safely nod32 actually performed the cleaning operation? I am asking this because yesterday I happened to read a post at a mcaffee help site where a user was inquiring as to how to disable or change the autoclean. The response was that at present it only works in autoclean mode. It seems up until a few versions ago, Mcafee had options re: what actions to perform when a virus was found. Had I known that when I purchased it, I probably would have considered something that offers better control. Thanks.