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Thanks for the feedback RCartman, we currently start the application restored because the application can start with the protection disabled at times. This way the user can clearly see this and enable it if need be. Once this bug is sorted out we should be able to start the window minimized.
 
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Please take the time to read our update post on Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware and the False Positives issues. This post also goes into detail about what to expect for BETA 3 update which will fix a lot of the reported issues. Thanks!

 

Dealing with FPs and preparing for beta3:


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Hello good folks... Windows 7x64 user here.  So far so good I think, and I am pleased Malwarebytes has released software to address the ransomware epidemic...

I would like to also voice my preference for MBARW to not continually confuse and clutter the taskbar and for it to reside solely in the notification/quick launch area for future updates/releases.... one can always manually add it to the taskbar if desired, but it is somewhat annoying that it cannot be removed/unpinned at the user's discretion.

I think a dual presence of a program that is theoretically supposed to simply securely harden one's system and not be overtly intrusive by calling attention to itself more than necessary is aesthetically defeated by having an open window continually appear in the task bar in addition to the notification/quick launch area.... quite simply, it is a minor annoyance of overkill. Personally speaking, I use my task bar quite a bit and like to keep it clean.

Thank you for all your hard work and time in advance of your efforts.

- Faithfully

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Thanks for the info faithfully, but as of now they have it that way since its a beta so that we can see if the protection is up and running or failing.  Eventually this software will be incorporated into Malwarebytes Antimalware Premium so this will be a moot point.

 

 

 

?"Premium" . . . I would like to see Anti-Ransomware offered as a stand alone Free application.

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