Hi! Since I don't think that the horsepower used by a real time scanner is worth it in my case, I'm only looking for an on demand antivirus that will allow my to right click some files and scan them. So far I've tried two that don't mess up when real time isn't running (for example, if you install NOD, Kaspersky, etc., they "complain in red" if you leave the real time off!), and they are BitDefender & Avira. For both I noticed that the have services running even if they don't have the real time protection enabled (BitDefender Free because it doesn't have it from the start and Avira because I chose not to install the Guard module). They have the service to auto update the antivirus and, in BD case, to scan plugged drives (USB, CDs, etc.) Now my optimum setup would be an AV that has ZERO running processes, that has a right-click scanning feature for files & folder and that let's me update either A) whenever I manually want B) prompting when right-clicked something and starting a scan. Is there such an app for me? What can you recommend me? An in another "philosophical" AV stuff... if I have a file that I upload to VirusTotal.com (a great service that runs every AV - like 50 of them, on the file and then reports back) and for those files, I get like 20, 30 AV that mark them as viruses / trojans, while the other 30 mark them as safe. What should I do with that file then? This is one of my main concern with AV is general; I can't even rely on them! Should I delete the file or should I keep it? And this is not that strange... I had a couple of files in my setup that BitDefender marked as viruses, while Avira passed them as OK. Then, them uploaded to VT.com would give me the same results... 50% virus / 50% safe. WTH! Thanks in advance guys!