Christopher, Excuse me, but nothing I wrote regarding the use of Spybot or AVG Anti-virus programs was misleading or incorrect. I was accurate when I told John that Spybot has an installation option that makes it accessible to screen-readers. I also accurately stated that Spybot was not designed to be an anti-viruse program, but it is for detecting spyware. The only mistake I made was to compare Spybot against the AVG anti-virus program instead of the anti-spyware program that AVG also markets. I was also accurate when I instructed John to go into Control Panel and click on "Add or remove programs" and to arrow down the list to see if Spybot was still installed in his system. I just checked this in my computer, and Spybot 1.4 is indeed in the list. Regards, Alan Christopher wrote in part: Sorry to have a go at you Alan, but please try and get your facts right before posting. You never know, you could be straying a novice user, for example, off to somewhere they'll get completely lost. Thank you, and hope that helps John.