Hello all, I have been trying out PrevX v2 since yesterday morning. The first thing I noticed was that my system seemed very sluggish. Also my CPU Temp usually runs 38 - 39 C, but all of a sudden it is running around 46 C. This prompted me to start looking into just what effects PrevX has on my system. I have attached a chart showing the effect PrevX has on my CPU and system resources. PrevX is quite resource hungry on my machine. On average it uses 24,732 K of system resources, peaking out at time to a monstrous 60,502 K of system resources. To me, the CPU usage is even more detrimental to my system. It averages 3 - 7 % of my CPU, which to me, is high. I did not record the values, but PrevX does more I/O read/writes than any other program I have. I believe this also adds to the sluggishness of my system. The most disturbing thing to me and my system is PrevX's impact on my CPU temp due to its resource usage. My system usually runs 38 - 39 C, but with PrevX running, this has escalated to 46 - 47 C. This is an 7 - 9 degree increase in my CPU temp. This increase will drastically decrease the life of my CPU. I find this unacceptable. Also this version is running a little buggy on my system. It has locked up on downloads, firefox, and RegRun. If I do not use the Trusted Installation feature, PrevX is also prone to locking up on install. I do run ProcessGuard, so in testing PrevX, I put both processes as protected in PG and allowed them ALL settings and options. The "Trusted Installation" feature is one I do not personally like. Usually when I am downloading and installing something new, I want the most protection possible. To use this feature or to have to disable settings in PrevX bothers me. The final issue is the calling home. There has been little research as to what info is transmitted and at this time all we basically know is what PrevX says. I am reserving judgment here until some research is done as what is actually sent to PrevX. My conclusions are this: Until the resource issue is under control, I am removing PrevX from my system. Until the buggines is fixed, I will also have it removed. I will also have to see my CPU temp go down. I am waiting for some research into the actual info sent to PrevX. I would like to clarify that these are my opinions of how PrevX v2 is behaving on my system and the conclusions I have drawn from that. PrevX may work completely differently on your machine. Software can be be influenced by the environment it is ran on, this we all know.