So, I have a program which basically is just a video player. The main screen loads 19 small videos and plays them, you click one to play the whole thing in a bigger size. A client reported the videos are shown out of order ( this turned out not to be true ) and the app only runs once, and they have to reboot. Fact is, you need to start the app quickly when you boot, or it won't run. It gives a 'application is not responding' message, as far as I can tell, while some anti virus scans all the files. There ARE 19 of them, but they are VERY small. It seems to me that if windows is going to kill an application, it should do a better job of making sure the app is dead, instead of killing it.
Now, it IS true that my app works fine on Weven, so long as this anti virus is not present. But, it's not a great place to be in - 'my app works, but you have to remove your anti virus program'. I'm googling now for some way to tell Weven to give my app a bit more time to respond.