Everything posted by zeromido
It depends on how ESET is programmed to update the counts. The way I see it, counting logs should be done like this: 1. Counts should be saved somewhere. Maybe in a file or a registry key. 2. When an event is finished, ESET would increment the log count of that event type by one. 3. Every time a user clicks the Log drop-down menu, saved counts are reloaded. FYI, Windows Explorer monitors context-menu registry keys in real-time and any changes are applied immediately. But of course if the change causes unacceptable delays or any other unexpected problems, then it would cause more problems than it solves.
Description: Show number of events in Log drop-down menu Detail: In Tools > More tools > Log files, the number of recorded events is shown for the selected log type only. I think it would be useful if it was shown for all items in the drop-down menu without being selected. I'm not good with words so I edited a screenshot with MSPaint to make my point clear. You can find it in the attachments.
Description: Prevent scheduled actions Detail: Prevent any scheduled actions that might interrupt a scan or any security related operation. For example, scheduled shutdowns, restarts, sleeps, log offs, hibernates, etc. I think this can be done using an option in settings. Maybe somebody got a better idea to do this?