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  1. I just received another update earlier today that appears to have resolved the issue with my computer lagging after login. I hope Malwarebytes is just ironing out a problem and it's not going to flip-flop like this constantly.
  2. After updating to that latest version in my last screenshot, Component package version 1.0.1153, and rebooting, my computer has slowed down to a crawl again. Component package version 1.0.1146 seemed fine.
  3. Hello everyone, Sorry for the delay, thanks for your patience. I enabled the Beta Updates option and now it looks like this. I didn't notice any slowdowns with these updated versions. Did something recently change?
  4. Sorry for the delay. I've needed my computer strictly for work the past couple days. Will reinstall this weekend.
  5. All good. C:\Windows\system32>sfc /scannow Beginning system scan. This process will take some time. Beginning verification phase of system scan. Verification 100% complete. Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations. C:\Windows\system32>DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool Version: 10.0.19041.746 Image Version: 10.0.19042.746 [==========================100.0%==========================] The restore operation completed successfully. The operation completed successf
  6. I'll reinstall Malwarebytes and give that a try. I actively use Bonjour for my Apple TV to play songs from my iTunes Library so I don't want to uninstall that. My PC comes with a wireless chip built-in, but I use Ethernet to connect to my home network so I leave it disabled when I'm not using it. I've fixed Windows Defender so it's able to grab the latest definitions. I'm comfortable with CCleaner being a system administrator and am aware of the potential risks. I would rather not run a cleanup script because I want to retain some things like my browser's History.
  7. Thanks for your reply. I will look into this. Just checking back to see if anything came up while looking through the logs. I haven't had a chance to do this yet as I uninstalled Malwarebytes due to the lag it was causing my system. Was there a recent update to Ransomware Protection that would have caused this issue?
  8. Yes, my OS drive is an SSD. I have already tried the Support Tool to both uninstall/cleanup and reinstall. After my computer reboots from an uninstall/cleanup, it boots to desktop SUPER fast like it should. But once Malwarebytes is reinstalled and I reboot again, my computer again slows to a crawl right after login and takes 4-5 minutes before I am actually able to do anything.
  9. Hmm, that worries me. I haven't used Norton 360 for Gamers in a long time... Does that mean it hasn't been uninstalled correctly? I'll try turning off or adjusting my automatic scans, but I don't think that's the problem. My computer slows to a crawl right after logging in, before the desktop appears and before the Malwarebytes application has a chance to fully load. This points to a potential problem with Malwarebytes' system-level drivers that start up with the OS itself.
  10. My AV is just Windows Defender that comes with Windows 10. I've never had to make any exclusions or adjust any settings to avoid conflicts. Everything was working great for about a year up until 12 hours ago.
  11. Within the last 12 hours, my computer has suddenly started lagging badly with Malwarebytes 4.3.0 installed. Version: Update package: 1.0.35433 Component package: 1.0.1130 Upon reboot, my computer just DRAGS after login for a good 3-4 minutes until I can finally start using it. I uninstalled Malwarebytes and rebooted and my computer comes up nice and fast like it usually does. I reinstalled Malwarebytes and the issue occurred again.
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