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adam

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  1. +1 for an easier access to gamer mode. Thanks for your solution, but there are many situations where games do not run full screen. Not only with 'windowed' games, but also such as in my situation - as a VR user. As VR becomes more popular this may become more of a problem. Even better would be the option to specify executable that are considered games. Then we could load our games into that list and ESET wouldn't need to 'guess' whether a full windowed app is a game or not as it'd know.
  2. Description: Startup Monitor Detail: Monitor the registry, Startup folder, Services, and anywhere else where a program may try to attach itself to 'start on windows startup' and then run a function if it detects any changes. The options for configuration could be: - Allow All - Warn and Confirm - Block All (Without confirmation)... This way a user could decide whether they want to allow a program to be added to the Windows Startup. There are tonnes of various programs that try to add themselves to the Windows Startup list without asking the user first. And then there is
  3. Description: Advanced Antispam / Email Functions with Centralised communication. Detail: The ability to report emails back to a centralised database. Classifying emails as SPAM and adding a new option for PHYSHING. Database updates could be sent out include known current IP addresses of physhing websites, and email addresses of spammers and provided enhanced scanning through combined efforts of reporting, in addition to the already onboard options. (With the ability for users to opt-in or opt-out of the centralised system).
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