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  1. So, I'm trying to learn C#, and to do so I have been using Microsoft Visual Studio to create applications. When I go to run the application however, PC Matic gives the pop up to have me either allow or deny it. This isn't a huge issue, but it really slows down troubleshooting. I have already tried hitting Always Allow, but it still appears every time I go to run the application. Is there a way I can simply just white-list the folder so anything that runs from it will be ignored? Thanks.
  2. I am running PCMatic on a Samsung laptop IntelĀ® Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz Win7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1. It seems anytime there is a software update I have to restart the machine for it to take effect, which I understand. My query and problem is this, why would there be multiple updates for vulnerable software within a few hours? I could see once a day, maybe even twice, but are the threats coming out so quickly t"hat there has to be an update two or three times an hour? Is simply doing a restart on my system not enough to install the updates? I thought it was supposed to be automatic, in the background, rather unobtrusive. I looked at the GUI and could not find a link to 'download and install updates' or anything like that. I have been under the impression that it downloads the updates and installs them at or during a restart. Can you help?
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