thanks for replying, but will I gain any performance from that? I think the opposite is true, as the firewall will fight with immunet at each startup. also, how will immunet start when I connect to the internet? I will have to enable it manually (& disable it again manually before shutting down the computer so it doesn't load at startup)? I am too lazy... is there a better way?
hello there, it's that simple, I'm usually not connected to the internet on system startup, as I understand, immunet is nothing better than conventional AV when it's not connected, (& I have another AV already), so my question is, how can I make immunet should start not on system startup (consuming cpu cycles & memory on nothing useful), but on internet connection? thanks (& sorry for my broken english, as you can see, it's not my native language).