I don't know why anyone uses AVG... My roommate called me in his room yesterday because AVG flagged my VPN software as a virus and automatically removed it. I ended up having to restore his gateway manually (one good thing about DHCP is how easy that is) and install the VPN to another folder because it changed the permissions on that one so that it was a system folder and I didn't feel like fussing with it to take over the old folder then exclude that folder from AVG. I wish he would just switch to Avast but he's stubborn and set in his ways. When I worked at a help desk for a company that did the online learning platform for most of the major online colleges in the US, AVG pushed out an update that completely blocked people from being able to access their classes and we had to walk them through removing AVG (disabling it did nothing) and installing Avast to get them back in... AVG is the false positive king, I've seen many machines be thoroughly trashed by it, and it's inferior to Avast in every single way. I don't get why it's so popular.