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You can use Smart mode which is a kind of interactive mode but asks you for an action only if a very suspicious action is detected.

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The only reason learning mode would be used is under the assumption one would switch to interactive or policy mode after the learning period is over. Learning mode is a method of minimizing HIPS alerts when interactive mode is subsequently employed. Under policy mode, an app will not be allowed to execute unless an existing HIPS rule exists for it. 

 

If one wants to minimize HIPS alerts, then the HIPS should be left in automatic or Smart modes after Eset installation. There is no need to switch to learning mode when either automatic or Smart mode will be the eventual mode of HIPS operation.

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