I could kick myself a thousand times for deleting one of Spyware Terminator's releases when I had Windows XP. The version that I'm referencing had a brief feature unique to only a few early versions I found incredibly useful even if it missed a hundred other items. It was that interactive auto list that every single file you clicked no matter what, a toast list would in Real-Time display and climb up your screen showing interactions of dependent files that were called. Most users hated it since it was annoying having a lower right screen toast rise up constantly displaying that exe files dependencies such as DLL's called as the file was actively clicked on. It was a magnificent work of art IMHO that all other things aside made it a useful program a user could easily visually follow as any program was acted on. If If If anyone happens to know what i'm describing of that early ST release version and has that particular installer it would be greatly appreciated. I haven't seen anything else like it since.