SAFE too many "downloads scanned for threats"
The latest F-SEcure SAFE update added the feature that SAFE now tells you what it has been doing, how many websites it has scanned, how many files it has scanned, and how many download it has scanned for threats.
However, it tells nothing about what these downloads are. Yesterday, after Firefox sent the patch for their problem about add-on's turning off, SAFE correctly told that it had scanned one new download (the Firefox patch), but after that update had already been over, SAFE's counter went wild, jumping fast to 28.
At the same time, there was one Windows update, altough even that had stopped downloading before SAFE stopped counting, and after Windows update had been completed (by restart), SAFE counted one more download that it had scanned.
I have no idea what might have made these over 20 downloads, as the SAFE doesn't tell anything. Windows "apps and programs" (I'm not sure of the official English version, but I mean the program that tells you what programs are installed) recognizes only two programs having updated themselves (judging by the installation date), Firefox and Microsoft Store, so not 20 new updates.
I'm wondering if anyone else has had similar issues? Does SAFE tell you your computer has made dozens of downloads without any seeming reason?
Does anyone know any way to find out what these downloads are? Maybe there is some further place (in lack of a better word) in Windows where it tells you what has been downloaded lately? And why doesn't SAFE just give this information?