Hi again. Question: Windows creates restore points whenever a Windows update is applied. When I run Privazer, it tells me that a restore point was created and exists (taking up space), but only at the end of the cleaning process. Since restore points contain shadow copies of the drive (a privacy issue), would it not make more sense for Privazer to detect them and delete or offer to delete them before the cleaning process begins so that the free space they used can be cleaned? As it stands, I have to delete the restore point at the end of the cleaning run and then run Privazer again to clean that newly freed space.