Tarun

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  1. Mark Russinovich (works with Microsoft, former Systernals - did things like Autoruns, Process Explorer, etc.) has also said to avoid registry cleaners. If you try to clean the registry you're worrying about a minuscule amount of data cleanup. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/markrussinovich/2005/10/02/registry-junk-a-windows-fact-of-life/
  2. I believe an important question here is, what antivirus are you currently using?
  3. Perhaps the addition of a message to suppress the warning notifications that alerts are disabled would be sufficient?
  4. That doesn't really give any reasons as to why you feel this way. Also, my question was to Francois Blais before the topic got merged into this one. Is simply turning it off not sufficient enough? Bear with me, I'm trying to understand your point of view with this. Seeing as drive space is no longer an issue in this day and age.
  5. Why is it that you do not want anti-ransomware or anti-exploit? Trying to get more information to see your reasons behind wanting this.
  6. I understand that they're separate products. I'm not a reseller for either product either, however I've tried Hitman Pro (and their other products in the past) when testing anti-malware software. Malwarebytes truly is the better, superior product. Always caught more and made it much easier to remove things. I also understand your position on these things as we all have our own preferences.
  7. You'd honestly be better off selling Malwarebytes rather than Hitman Pro. Malwarebytes gives a far better bang for your buck and is far more efficient in malware detection/removal.
  8. Using a DOS emulator to try and use command prompt commands could be dangerous. Especially if they remove integration which they may very well do. Powershell scripting isn't so bad. I've been converting a couple of my often used batches and testing them. It's pretty easy so far.
  9. This is something that has been ten years in the making. Now it's almost here, looking forward to this.
  10. Hover the post, to the right is "Report Post". Click that link and you can report it to the moderation team as spam.
  11. Not an issue with Firefox (47.0 x64): I'd flush the cache, and even check Cleartype settings.
  12. Now I remember, it's another software (MyBB) I use for my guild that has a Thank You/Like plugin that allows you to choose what forums you want to disable it on. Really surprised it's not a part of the IPS software.
  13. I thought you could pick and choose what forums to enable this on but I may be mistaken. If you cannot, I'm surprised that's not an integrated feature yet. You can set it to be strictly an upvote, up/downvote, or Like. For example, on my forums you can see the Like setup on my forum post here on Lunarsoft.
  14. For what it's worth, you can make it so that reputation is only allowed in the positive manner.
  15. Thanks Alex, much appreciated! I will say, that is a lot of startups. And wmic doesn't output all of the startups either. StartUpLite may be useful. Nothing in the list appears to have any potential effect on your downloads... though... I see Spark. Is that Apache Spark? And I'm guessing GetSmile is for a Messenger you use?