, now I won't have to give up Tiny Watcher.
Here are some basic Tiny Watcher points...
-If it's the first time a process has been detected, then notification is given.
-If a process or file has been modified in the slightest, then notification is given.
-Regular/checkup scans are very fast--usually 2-3 seconds on my system.
-I scan scan every couple days or when I think about it--not every boot. I like that it's not intrusive like some security apps (but of course it's no substitute for a full-blown HIPS).
-Tiny Watcher's log file is a useful source of information.
Example 1: I installed and uninstalled Macrium Reflect two years ago and now cannot remember the names of its driver files. No problem, it's in Tiny Watcher's log file.
Example 2: I just performed a huge Windows Update and would like to know exactly which files have been modified. No problem, it's in Tiny Watcher's log file.
Yep, I love this little monitoring tool
and I'm glad to know it works on Windows 7.