@harlan4096 posted this on Malwaretips,com forum: https://malwaretips.com/threads/kav-kis-kts-kfa-ks-ksos-21-1-10-361-mr1-beta.101142/page-4#post-885874 Yes, there are some changes in GUI and in green colour, some new features as support of DoH and others removed as TAM. This is taken from online HELP of K2021MR0: What's new The following new features and improvements are introduced in Kaspersky Total Security: Added full support for Microsoft Windows 10 19H2. The following interface improvements were made: Added link to the PC Cleaner window that takes the user to a list of applications that were installed without the user’s consent. Added the ability to change the default application icon to the image of the bear Midori Kuma. Added the ability to change the appearance of the graphical interface. Improved support for the following browsers: Secure Data Input technology has now been implemented in the Kaspersky Protection extension for the browsers Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge based on Chromium. Added support for Microsoft Edge based on Chromium browser. Limited support for the Microsoft Edge browser. This browser no longer supports Secure Data Input and Protected Browser. You continue to be protected during Traffic scanning. Improved integration with Kaspersky Password Manager: Implemented a joint installation feature with Kaspersky Password Manager. Added notifications that help the user to download and install Kaspersky Password Manager. Notifications are displayed when the browser is opened. Added ability to install the Kaspersky Password Manager extension in the browser from a notification. The following feature was removed: Application Advisor. IM Anti-Virus Trusted Applications mode. Added ability to search for vulnerabilities in the operating system Applied new Company rebranding. Now the Kaspersky name is used instead of Kaspersky Lab. The user forum has been replaced with a user community (the web resource and links to it have been renamed). Added ability to ignore notifications in the Notification Center. Added dialog box to confirm changes to settings in the Manage applications window. Improved Privacy Cleaner component Fixed Component bugs. Improved integration with My Kaspersky: New windows, buttons, and text elements have been added to the interface, which now allow you to save application activation codes to your My Kaspersky account. After you activate the trial version of the application, you will now see a window prompting you to connect to My Kaspersky. Added ability to display notifications about the need to set a password to access the application settings if the Kaspersky Safe Kids protection for kids application is installed on the computer. Implemented user authorization to gain access to backup storage files. When restoring backups, the application now checks the user's access rights to the folders that the backup is being restored to. If the user does not have administrator rights, the user will not be able to restore data to a folder to which he does not have access rights. Improved information display about the current license. Removed the ability to save backups to a FTP server.