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Start with Windows an ADVANCED Option that is not editable in free version??

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@zaneperry   From the manual: 

Advanced Settings

This screen allows users of Premium and Trial versions to control certain protection settings for Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. This feature is not available to users of the Free version. Settings which may be changed here are based upon two reasons — compatibility issues with other installed software, or specialized use of Malwarebytes Anti-Malwareon your computer. These settings should only be modified by advanced users, or as directed by Malwarebytes Technical Support. A screenshot of this module is shown below, using recommended (default) settings.

Here's a link to the manual: Click on the left side Advanced Settings


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To further explain it:  MBAM,when running in free mode, is a On Demand scanner.  It Cannot automatically run, so there is no way to disable it.

MBAM Premium has the ability ot automatically start with Windows, and thus it can be disabled there.

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just to add...

The fact that it shows enabled in the free version but greyed out is only showing you what the default install option is.  Those settings have no bearing to the FREE version and are only available in the Trial  version.  Even though they are checked in the FREE version (and greyed out) does not mean its going to actually start with windows.

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