The Windows 10 April 2018 update provided new options to enable Core Isolation and Memory Integrity to enhance security (PC Settings | Device Security | Core Isolation details | Memory integrity). When I attempted to enable memory integrity, I received an error that said it could not be enabled due to a compatibility issue. Through trial and error, I determined that the compatibility block was caused by having True Image 2016 installed. Would anyone with TI2019 (or 2018 for that matter) let me know whether they can enable memory integrity? If so, I will upgrade. If not, it'd be great if Acronis could fix it or provide a KB article acknowledging the compatibility issue.