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John_Wayne

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  1. ah So that may likely be the source of resolution. Anyhow, my issue no longer exists after the update and/or the fast boot correction. Thanks for your help!!
  2. well I work in IT and use to be a sys admin, so yea idiot me haha ok... so I did this, and I shut down/started and enabled the malware protection service. Now everything appears to be running smoothly which is crazy and I am having trouble buying this... so I must ask, how do I see if malware-bytes has received an update or no?
  3. Hey FF, Very Odd, I literally rebooted it this morning in an attempt to speed up the PC (prior to switching off the service). I also (just) rebooted my machine (as in shut down, and pressed the power button on) and the cmd> systeminfo still shows a boot time of "System Boot Time: 11/29/2018, 8:05:47 PM"... well another bug for another time I guess
  4. Hello, My PC started to act very slowly about~2 days ago. Applications would take minutes to launch, internet browser tabs would take seconds to open, and etc. I started to troubleshoot why. There were no obvious indicators. Today I found the culprit, MalwareBytes Malware Protection Service. I know this is the culprit because turning it off makes my computer run normally/smoothly/quickly (i.e. Applications launch instantly as they always have). As this has never happened before, was there a recent patch that could have caused this? Is there a fix patch coming? Or are there other suggestions? Right now I am having to leave 'off' "Malware Protection" in order to even use my computer... Thanks, John
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