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BillJohnson

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  1. Save your frustration and get Norton Security Suite with malware and antivirus protection. Absolutely ZERO problems or issues whatsoever. Sorry MB.
  2. Seriously people, if you want to avoid all of these hassles, I've found Norton Security Suite to be plenty of protection, with ZERO lockups whatsoever. After my second set of recent problems, I uninstalled Malwarebytes and went with Norton. If you are a Comcast / XFinity customer, you can download this for free. I highly recommend it.
  3. If you are a Comcast / Xfinity Customer, you can download and use Norton Internet Security for free. If you don't have their service, I'd recommend buying it. I have found It has ZERO issues with windows 7, and I wish I had known about it sooner. Sorry Malwarebytes, I stuck with you for a long time, but I can no longer tolerate my business being held hostage because someone dropped the ball and didn't get it right.
  4. My computer froze again, and yes I checked and had the latest version updates installed via settings. I'm now totally done with MBAM. It is now uninstalled, and I'm just going to rely on only visiting known safe sites, and Microsoft Windows Defender. Extremely aggravating that a product I paid for could have so many horrible, reoccurring issues.
  5. That seems odd, as I don't use Avast, and all of my freeze up problems went away when I uninstalled Malwarebytes.
  6. I think it would be even more prudent to totally ditch Malwarebytes altogether. If their Quality control is as bad as we are seeing, why would you want to trust them at all ? I sure don't. I think I'm done with Malwarebytes. It is uninstalled, and my PC runs like new again. I wish I had known how bad MB is sooner, and I would have avoided countless lost hours and aggravation. I just wish I could get all of that time back, as my computer was often locked up for over an hour at a time, on about a dozen or more occasions in the last month. I'll just stick to Microsoft Security essentials, and only visit known, safe websites on my business computer. If I need to click on anything new or unknown, I'll just do it on my phone and be safe.
  7. I'm just relieved to know that we know what the problem is. There is nothing more frustrating than to have your PC that you use to run your business with, that is irreplaceable for many of us, and to have it rendered virtually useless and frozen is beyond infuriating. For people like me that use our PCs to edit photos as photographers, without them we are essentially out of business. I was getting ready to throw my computer out the window and buy a new one, it was that bad. I feel like a boulder has been lifted off my shoulders after uninstalling Malwarebytes. The Malwarebytes staff needs to make future changes to the software ONLY after thorough beta testing, instead of just throwing this out there and letting us be the guinea pigs. Please think about this a little more, as you often have people's livelihoods in the balance here.
  8. The best solution is to just uninstall Malwarebytes completely. Works for me, and my PC runs like new again. Until there is a proven fix, I'll just visit only known secure sites on my PC, and do any other web usage that might take me to a possibly dangerous site on my phone instead.
  9. I have Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit, running on a high end PC with dual 8 core processors at 2.4Ghz. After the recent update of Malwarebytes, my computer has been continually hanging up, and freezing with no end in sight. Today I uninstalled Malwarebytes completely, and am going to have to rely on the Microsoft Security Essentials until they fix this problem. After the uninstall, my computer runs perfectly with zero issues.... Very frustrating, as I don't want to rely on Microsoft's firewall alone to protect my PC. Can someone at Malwarebytes notify me when there is an update that fixes this freezing up problem? Thanks in advance.
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