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  1. Confirmed 1903! Already have Malwarebytes Browser Guard extension for Chrome. Looks like your work is done, and done very well. Thank you. Jeff
  2. Oh, and by the way, Microsoft recommended this page on my first Edge session after the full update. In the event someone does not see this as I did, or you want to give it out as part of your other very helpful information, here is that page, every helpful: https://microsoftedgetips.microsoft.com/en-us/0?source=updatefirstrunrs6
  3. Took a couple reboots I finished the update. I presume I am on version 1903, though I didn't see where to check that straight away. Awesome links regarding Microsoft Windows 10, I have book marked them (in Chrome, of course). And for those rare occasion I must use Edge, I have the AdBlocker Ultimate installed. I see AdBlocker Ultimate has an extension for Chrome, is it necessary? Thank you. Jeff
  4. I am part way through the update, it seems to be a very major update, new functionality, new look, thank you for bringing it to my attention. At this stage of the update, Microsoft Edge opened to the Microsoft start page with this temporary welcome back message at the top: There is a huge amount of great information here I would like to go back to and read more of or refer to in the future. I would like to recall this temporary screen, how do I do that, do you know? Item 2 I can get to via settings, and item 1 is tips which I can send the link to the open window to the task bar, but when I click the task bar, it opens a different set of tips, I don't see how to get back. I assume item 3 carries me forward and the temp screen will be gone so I have not tried it yet. I know this is clearly not Malwarebytes related, but wondered if you might know. Thank you, Jeff
  5. Cancelled the current session, closed another app and ran again. It found precisely what the other Microsoft tool found: I let it take action and remove, the result: So I appear to be clean now. Like I said, I bought Malwarebytes Premium when I began this thread. What else should I be doing to keep my PCs clean? Thank you for your help! Jeff
  6. I turned on and started a full Windows Defender scan, it has been stuck here for about an hour. Should I expect it to eventually continue on?
  7. I ran the Microsoft Safety Scanner as suggested. The scan found the following: The top 3 when clicked upon all recommend steps using Windows Defender. Opening the Task Scheduler as described here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17464/windows-10-help-protect-my-device-with-windows-security#1TC=windows-10 then clicking Windows Defender does not show anything in the center panel. Upon checking further, searching for Windows Defender in my Start Menu and finding Windows Defender there, clicking I see Windows Defender scanning is off: Should I turn it on? When I continued with ESET, I was given an opportunity to allow ESET to periodically scan. Is there any value in that? I didn't allow for now. Thank you.
  8. The 2 scan logs are attached. I have not "continued" with ESET yet, to permanently delete the files, I scanned through and there does not appear to be anything was found that if I need it and it is safe, I can't replace. ESET-Deleted.txt AdwCleaner[C06].txt
  9. Malwarebytes did not detect anything, ScanReport.txt attached. ScanReport.txt
  10. Here are the requested files. I bought Malwarebytes Premium for 2 years for 2 PC's as a thank you, and besides, clearly I need it. Jeff Rkill.txt mbst-grab-results.zip
  11. Hello, Today I was reading news articles linked from MSN I think using the Microsoft Edge browser and while reading one I got a pop up that exclaimed my PC was broken and that I needed to do something all the while a stead tone was screaming through my PC speakers. I didn't fall for it and did not click the OK or do whatever they wanted me to do next, I just closed the browser. I ran Malware bytes and another popular spyware finder and neither found anything. Then I opened my task manager to see what I could find was running that might surprise me and found this process. I don't recall it ever being there before but I cannot be sure of that. Then I opened Edge again then re-opened the task manager and looked at the detail for Edge and some of what I found does not look good to me. The only tab opened at this time was Gmail, that is all. My PC is not misbehaving in any way. I don't perceive any bad stuff going on but if any of this is nefarious, I would like to remove it. Thank you for your assistance! Jeff
  12. This is the affected programs after restore:
  13. Everything seems to be fine. If I do a system restore to a time yesterday before I did the fix, is it possible browsing history will be restored?
  14. The annoying pushwhy notices stopped back around within a few days of when I started this thread, but I went ahead and did the fix. Everything is still fine. Really wish I had my tabs back, that will be a setback, hope you can point me to where I will find those.
  15. Sorry for the delay, requested file is attached. The process deleted all my browsing history, and the tabs open in my browser, the tabs were sort of reminders for me of the items I was working on. I didn't expect they would be deleted when I ran the fix. Did any of the logs I created save those Chrome tabs? Fixlog.txt
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