I looked in the system task manager at the 2 processes that runs realtime guard. Total was a tiny 450 KB 0% cpu usage in its idle state. If this protection can detect and remove the brand new malware species that is able to fool even the most popular and expensive security protection it will be a drastic improvement in security technology.
It must be using almost no memory and 0 percent cpu resources when the pc is idle and be able to detect the usual undetectable species of malware and viruses to be considered a major break through. Security software as a rule must not interfere with other programs slowing the pc down and still have a breathe taking detection and removal system.
If your software can do this, it will earn my faith in security software. Otherwise its the usual format and reinstall of windows, drivers and software if I get attacked. I usually run with no security software because black collar hackers have figured out how to bypass any detection at 100 percent success. This is a major embarrassment for security developers. It would not have mattered with or without.
I am trying this. False positives don't bug me a great deal but a annoyance having to report them. Don't get lazy on this security software.