Thanks notably to a thoughtful and motivating conversation with Bellgamin, I started spending the hundred hours (and counting) to give Tiny Watcher a new life for Windows 64bit. I will be looking forward for your input, especially about mandatory improvements and scanned item lists to use as baseline (for example this list). Main changes in TW 2.0 will be: - 64bit for Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 - scanner for Task Scheduler 2.0 - standardized way to configure the scan (e.g. recommended scanned item lists can be exchanged on this forum easily) - some readability enhancements (so seeing what changed is a bit easier) Finally, I am considering opening the (C++) source code on GitHub. I am not sure how much collaborative work can be expected from that, but it will have the usual pros & cons, the biggest "pro" being the added transparency (so anyone can verify what TW is doing on your system), and its counterpart biggest "con" being the easier job for hackers to exploit any vulnerability in this code. Constructive opinions on this choice are also super welcome!