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First Chance Prevention vs Startup Scanning

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Under preferences you can choose the type of Startup Scanning you want (e.g., None, Quick, Complete, Custom) and under the Real Time Protection tab you can choose to enable First Chance Prevention scanning and when. Can someone explain the difference in the type of scanning that each task does? Thanks.

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First-chance prevention quickly examines over 50 critical points of your system behind the scenes each time your system starts up and/or shuts down to eliminate threats before they have a chance to infect your system. Start-up scanning runs a standard SUPERAntiSpyware scan when you first start your computer.

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