I have done as many betas, as Larry has hairs on his head. And in all, there was one simple way to find out what was conflicting with the product I was trying in beta. Some just want to holler about Eset doesnt work with product C, when product B or F are the issue. In my case, it usally wasnt even the problem of the product I was testing but a combo of others. If you want to get this stuff fixed, then it is time to help instead of hollering. Take the time, if you can to start with a clean image, snapshot, whatever, one that is fully patched and updated. Add Eset and give it 24 hours to settle in and see if you have issues. Then slowly start adding all that other crap you like to use, only one app every 24 hours and see what happens. You will be amazed at what you may find along the way that can constructively help you, Eset, and all the other customers in the process. Or, you can sit back, complain and hope that Eset reinvents the wheel in the process. We, can be more of an assistance instead of another negative thread starter if we just invest a little time. You have time to hang out here all day, put it to use. I am currently doing this and with a clean image it is purring like a kitten on all computers. Err, sorry Larry about the hair comment.