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  1. Hello @jboursier As regards the cmd.exe window "flash-by" .. 8.0.7 is not an improvement over 8.0.6. For simplicity (and as suggested by pm), how about separate executables for GUI and CLI. At times, multi-function software may not be the way to go .. but of course that's my humble opinion. Thanks!
  2. Perhaps of no relevance, but HitmanPro 3.8.18 (312) 64-bit GUI loads in about 1/3 of the time (subjectively, not measured). Maybe I'm comparing apples with oranges...
  3. The CMD window is opened long enough that I see it as a "black rectangle" proper. It's not just flashing by. It slows the loading of the GUI version a bit. It's not terrible, but a nuisance as I have a ThinkCentre M920s computer with i7-8700 CPU, 16GB and a M2.SDD. Hope you can fix this or provide a GUI version only. The latter doesn't make sense, as a /switch would do the trick imo. Thanks.
  4. Thanks. Pass it on. Should be an easy fix .. imo. I could of course always go back to 8.0.5 even though it may have a bug: https://borncity.com/win/2020/07/03/adwcleaner-8-0-6-schliet-erneut-dll-hijacking-schwachstelle/
  5. Your "Bot" auto-reply-suggestion doesn't apply, so I'll ignore that one. Must say that I don't care for Bot exchanges, but that's a different issue!
  6. Using a fairly powerful computer with 16GB memory, when starting v.8.0.6 as a GUI program, it first opens a black CMD window for a moment before the GUI is loaded. To avoid this and to speed up loading of the GUI I need a switch to tell the program to skip the CMD detour. Is there such a switch? If not, can you provide one for the next release. Thanks.
  7. Okay, got it. For a layman it seems a bit silly to validate a lapsed certificate by a counter signature (instead of updating the certificate). But, I'm sure there is a reason for it. Thanks!
  8. Thanks! So far it seems they are playing nicely together. We'll see what the guys at the Symantec forum say. Different issue, Security Certificates: whereas MBAE has valid certificates, I just noted that MBARW has outdated certificates (both Sha1 and Sha256). How come?
  9. Thanks for that! I have excluded the folder C:\Program Files\Norton Security for now. If that's too broad, let me know. (I use Norton Security "basic", aka NAV, by choice.) Norton Security "dumps" folders/files all over the place, so in case there are other locations or files, let me know too. As for the revers issue, excluding MBARW and/or MBAE from Norton, I'll check on that next time I visit Norton's support forum.
  10. Solved: removed the link in the Startup Folder and all works fine. It turned out to be a non-issue.
  11. I put a link in the W10 Startup Folder and the prog starts fine, but with the UI (show MBARW) loaded. How can I set the prog to start silently w/o the UI, like the way MBAE starts? Thanks.
  12. Just installed MBARW "arw-setup-consumer-" on a w10 (1809) where I have MBAE and NAV running. Any suggestions on what programs to exclude to optimize run-ability and performance?
  13. Good point! I can always try the free and register later. Or, maybe just reinstall v. (this is a joke...)!
  14. Thanks. I suppose I have to install v.3 and play with the options to see if that's what I want. We'll see. Not a waist of a paid license, imo. I'm paying (and have for years) to use (Beta) MBAE. My choice. Somehow the MB guys need money too .. and if most people run only free we may not get the support we need. 😉
  15. Thinking of it, I'm not sure it's such a small subset. Lots and lots of people use MBAM as a demand scanner in parallel with another virus scanner like Norton-Symantec (which I have used since the days of Peter Norton and PCDOS). That said, I use other on demand scanners like MBAR Rootkit, HitmanPro, SuperAntispyware, etc., so I'm okay (famous last word...) regardless.
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