Today I installed a small service pack for Softmaker Office which is similar to MS Office. As it's new & released yesterday WSA it seems does not yet know if it safe or not as I noticed I was unable to use the mail client properly or cut & paste into the Textmaker application. Looking into Protected Applications I noticed the all four program modules were on deny. I them moved these to allow so I could use the modules, the size of WRData then climbed 50 Meg to just under 200 meg which shows (to me) WSA is keeping further track of changes. There is also another program I noticed was on deny & which is a cleaner which also hasn't been running properly, I moved this also to allow, WRData then increased to well over 200Meg. My question(s) is/are will the size of WRData continue to climb as I continue to use the programs until classified & what happens if a much used program is never classified by WSA as neither good or bad which 'seems' to be happening with the program 'Wise Disc Cleaner'? I use this program frequently & it makes a fair number of changes to the system as it's function is to remove unneeded data in large quantities - Perhaps to make matters worse this program is updated frequently. I notice 'Stardock Window Blinds' is always on deny despite moving it to allow it reverts back on next reboot, why is this? Thanks !