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Ryan604

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  1. Completely crashed my system, lost hours of work to this. Not cool. Took me about 5 minutes with Task Manger to diagnose and fix the problem: Diagnosis - Malwarebytes eats up all system RAM until PC crashes Fix - Turning off Malwarebytes completely resolves the issue. I'd would have expected you to just roll back the update until you can fix this on your end. Really weak.
  2. Same problem. Nothing wrong last night, came downstairs to a crashed PC. Rebooted, system seemed fine. Then slowdown started and Malwarebytes web protection turned off. System started running slow and janky, opened task manager. Malwarebytes was using 62% of system RAM and 28% of CPU. RAM usage was climbing by the second. Malware bytes ran my system out of available memory, system crashed. Rebooted, same issue: RAM usage climbs until system crashes. Quitting Malwarebytes completely resolves the issue. I am running an Intel Core i7-6770HQ processor (2.6 GHz) and 16GB of DDR4 RAM, with the OS and data on an M.2 SSD. Clean install of Win10 when I built the system two months ago. It's not a problem with my system, it's a problem with Malwarebytes.
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