Hello. I've been trialling PG Free for about a week, & have noticed a quite remarkable [as David Coleman used to say] improvement in boot-up times. It's down to about 6 seconds, I estimate, when it used to take about 18 to 22 secs of waiting. I think that the improvement is down to PG guarding vsmon.exe, as the clue seems to be that PG now blocks the attempts of lsass.exe to gain write access on vsmon.exe. The scenario that I assume is that when I didn't have PG, ZA Pro probably wrestled a little bit with lsass.exe, upon boot-up, without me being aware of it. Is there any credence to that, folks? Thanks.