Suggest to turn off the AV is always bad.Suggestion 2: Bring more attention on the download page to "Turn off your antivirus and/or Windows Defender before starting install" and include the instruction on the download page to add the exceptions/exclusions for ArcheRage prior to reactivating the antivirus and/or Windows Defender.
And is also too generic: which AV conflicts with AR?
Symantec, Kaspersky, Avira, Avast, McAfee, AVG, Bitdefender, F-Secure... all of them? I don't think so, but this suggestion that the AV needs to be disabled in order to run AR is always a constant in the support channel.
This bad idea, combined with the terrible idea that XL's developers had to make the software require to run with Admin privileges is an enormous security flaw.
1. identify which AVs conflict and which don't
2. suggest to use an alternative AV which is verified that does not conflict