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    Hi,

    I had to leave Malwarebytes, I have premium with all protections on. The first I notice is sound delay when deleting email from Microsoft Outlook 2010. After some one day disks is slower. The third day, responce time is slow with every action. Prosessor use is low, PC just waits before doing it work. The third day I have to restart PC, and restart is very slow until it's of. Sound delay starts with Malwarebytes. I have W7-64 with 32Gb ram. Some months ago Malwarebytes was eating all memory, but this is passed now. Haveing a paid version I expect it to work properly?

    Please help.

    I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

    References:-
    https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topi...lowly-to-stop/
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    Thanks!

  • #2
    Spade Kevin,

    Welcome to our heroin addiction and recovery discussion forum community. While we do have an opening non-drug related discussion forum category for members, I’m not so sure this is exactly the right for him for you if you’re looking for computer/IT help. Now, I do happen to have a background in information technology and was an IT manager for many years. So I suppose I could try to offer some assistance even though that’s not really the purpose of this forum. Welcome to our heroin addiction and recovery discussion forum community. While we do have an opening non-drug related discussion forum category for members, I’m not so sure this is exactly the right for him for you if you’re looking for computer/IT help. Now, I do happen to have a background in information technology and was an IT manager for many years. So I suppose I could try to offer some assistance even though that’s not really the purpose of this forum. Personally, I never had a problem with malwarebytes But i usually use it as an on the fly emergency related malware removal rather than an on access antivirus software. It’s possible that malwarebytes Is hogging your memory because it’s competing with another antivirus software running on access scan. So if you have more than one piece of software running on access antivirus, you’re likely going to have a memory problem. So what it comes down to, is if you want to keep now wher is hogging your memory because it’s competing with another antivirus software running on access scan. So if you have more than one piece of software running on access antivirus, you’re likely going to have a memory problem. So what it comes down to, is if you want to keep malwarebytes, you’re going to have to play with the settings so that it doesn’t compete with any other antivirus software you have installed and running.

    Anyway, good luck but if you are looking for more specific computer help, I recommend an IT Health related for him rather than an online recovery community.

    Best wishes,

    William
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    • #3
      Do what the OP said already. If you need further assistance then surely you should contact the IT expert. All the best!

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