If malware disabled it then its a legit correction .
If its disabled intentionally then its obviously something to whitelist (people without Vista64 can disable this for legit reasons and we will detect it so its not just a V64 thing) .
It comes down to fixing it for the noob that does not know how to on their own after an malware cleanup or an advanced user being happy that they don't have to white list a single entry .
We choose to help the noob and keep in mind that there is no way to tell how it got disabled , only that it is .
We may add a 64 bit detection switch at some point , but there are already major projects in the works that will help millions .
You should also note that malware , adware , trojan , rootkit , spyware or any other malicious term is not used here . I am sure that Hijack.Displayproperties is named well enough to male it clear that display properties is modified , not a rootkit or other actual malware component .
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