STV's Compilation of Prevx 3.0 Suggestions: 1. Add an option (either in the settings, or a small link at the bottom) to export and import a configuration file. Even though the software for personal use doesn't have many options, it is still helpful and convenient for setting it up on multiple computers. It also gives anal retentive people such as myself who have clinical OCD breathing room to know that their hardcore triple checked heuristic settings are backed up. 2. Simplify the list of components (aka security status): - Scanning & Detection - Malware Removal (I somewhat miss the "CSI" lol) - Realtime protection - SafeOnline Browser Security And match each of those up with the feature and $$$ list on Prevx's main page to make it more clear what the user bought. 3. Add more depth and accuracy to the Security Status banner. Green, "Protected" - All paid for components are active. Green, "Clean" - Evaluation monitoring enabled. (I personally doubt the difference in term there would cause the avg user to notice) *Yellow, "Check Settings" - Enhanced rootkit detection and/or realtime master boot record scanning is disabled in Basic Confg, and/or one or more heuristics is disabled. Blue, "Scan Required" - Leave as is, however, if a scan is canceled, and there was a previous scan within the last 24 hrs, let it be green. *Also, if a scan has not been done for more than 72 hours, change status to blue to remind user that daily scanning is recommended. Red, "Infected" - Leave as is. Red, "Caution, 'Component' Disabled" - Leave as is. Though why does this happen in Safe Mode? Is it not possible to leave everything on in Safe Mode? 4. Add scan type choice in the Scheduled Scans options. Although Prevx claims their Deep Scan is solid and a Full Scan is never required, it would still be convenient and potentially beneficial for users to be able to schedule a full scan for at night when they are asleep. 5. Scan completion percentages don't seem intuitive or fully logical. 62% is when it connects and starts to compare results which generally takes a few seconds, so really, 62% seems like it should be the 99%. I don't know exactly how the mechanics works as I know it is very complex but the scan percentages seem to be unintuitive. Not really a big issue I suppose, but some parts of the procedure fly through while others take a bit more time which is why a more accurate percentage could be helpful from a UI stand point. *6. Perform a new learning scan to allow Prevx to re-analyze your system and determine how to best protect it. This could potentially solve the re-installation benefits issue I talk about in my previous post. Just some suggestions. I love this software and it's by far my top choice for the single best PC security software on malware prevention and protection. Go Prevx! PS By all means if something I've suggested is fundamentally wrong, illogical, or not possible by a more profound knowledge of the software, please let me know, I understand. I am not an expert, just a somewhat advanced user.