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  1. Neil J. Rubenking at PC Magazine has been performing his own in-depth testing of anti-malware solutions for many years; here is his evaluation of MWB 4.0 (2019.11.13): https://www.pcmag.com/review/322060/malwarebytes-premium
  2. Would it be too great a burden on the devs to maintain the "classic" GUI and also create a new one, with the choice of which to display offered during installation (or perhaps the ability to toggle between them)?
  3. Hello nikhils, Thank you for your reply. Not to beat this to death, but when MWB version 3 replaced version 2, I do recall some grumblings about the changes to the GUI, but they ultimately made sense (eye-candy aside...). It is intuitive (both to myself and all those I know who use MWB) and relatively "clean". After all, this is a utility; we who have premium licenses do not frequently open it, and when we do, it is for specific purposes (configuration settings, logs, updating, etc.). Again, thank you for your reply. Cheers, AJN
  4. Greetings: Agree with the comments above. I've been using MWB since version 1 (and have several lifetime premium licenses). To borrow a phrase to describe the GUI of version 4 (beta) compared to version 3, "It wasn't broke" (there was nothing to "fix"). Simply put, the current GUI is atrocious; the old adage of "KISS" (Keep It Simple, Stupid) absolutely applies here. This GUI is cluttered with needless (and annoying) eye candy, is not intuitive and is frankly a pain to use -- whereas the version 3 GUI is straightforward and allows for easy deep-dives into the application
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