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  1. Usually when preforming a scan (I always do custom but I assume for any scan) you were able to see the current directory of the file being scanned. In the newest update how ever it seems this function is gone. I also see no optional option for it. I ask you to please please reconsider removing this feature from Malwarebytes it provides valuable information in the progress of the scan. It would be a shame to see it gone for good. This is valuable to me because even though the directory was only showing up for a few milliseconds you still got to see witch drive, main and sub folders the scan was currently going through. And when the scan then stops for a few actual full seconds you got to see witch files / sections were taking longer. I think having it at least as a optional function in the settings (turned off by default I guess) would be very nice. And since it exited in your previous version of the program I hope it won't cause you too much trouble. Thank you for your time.
  2. I often download a lot of .rar files and I scan them and the scan ends quick which makes me think its not scanning inside? Can it do this or do I have to extract first?
  3. I have just purchased Malewarebytes 3.0 for MAC and installed it on top of the free Malewarebytes for 3.0 for MAC. I cannot see any scan scheduling options or selections. Please help. Thank you, mgradel
  4. Heya, Not a huge thing, but I have seen this a lot now while the program is scanning. Is this an easy fix tho? Regards,
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