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I have run various versions of OA with MSE and even various versions of Avast! with no problems under w7x64 and Vista. As Stapp pointed out, excluding them from each others sphere of influence can avoid potential conflicts.

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I forgot to say I am using XP pro. I am currently using AVG & ZA, both free editions and have heard a lot of good stuff about MSE, I guess MSE recently released a 2.0 version but I am not sure if it is beta

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Due to various techniques used is MSE by default (unpacking of executables, scanning of archives) it could be CPU/Memeory intensive is some cases, but other then that I didn't find any problems w/ OA+MSE combo :)

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