Hello all, A few years back we selected Nod32 for it's light impact on systems. Its been good, but one aspect seems to have crept up: ram usage. Nowadays, ekrn.exe uses 55MB on my XP system, which seems like a lot just to sit and scan file activity. According to this review it is now well behind other anti-virus products: ~Link removed.~ it comes in #8 for ram usage. for example the latest Norton uses only 12MB ~Link removed.~ Yes I know, Norton was abysmal and we escaped from it to Nod32. But in 2009 they fixed performance dramatically. So it actually seems like the best option now. So Nod32 had a nice window where Symantec were complacent and let a lot of market share slip away, but that window is really closing now ... whats the response?