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  1. No worries, it no longer pops out. I think it might have just been related to registering to the Insider Previews, and I don't have any symptoms of a malware on my machine. Are there any known cases of this being malware / should I do the aforementioned steps, or just move on?
  2. Hello, recently I've started seeing this on and off at times in task manager. Now I know it's officially a Microsoft file, however some web searching leads that it is used for virtual machine deliveries, and I have VMs disabled on my BIOS CPU section. Could this be a data exchange file that works in conjunction with Microsoft, which might have recently started popping out because I signed up for Windows Insider Previews, or should I be worried that it is a trojan or something as couple websites suggest. I'm asking this because I recently disabled Ransomware Protection section of Malwarebytes d
  3. Did it with Ransomware Protection turned on. mbst-grab-results.zip
  4. Alright, thanks for the backing up. Seems like I'm good to go for my second year of MB purchase next month.
  5. Worked, but how safe am I while this is disabled? I think I recall some stuff being detected over this in past.
  6. Hello. Some time ago, I opened a thread about Malwarebytes interface being laggy, which I today fixed by disabling hardware acceleration. However, I seem to have a bigger issue with the software this time around. My system is clean of malware - couple weeks back, I did an AS SSD benchmark and saw my 4k write speeds around 100 MB/s. I normally get 200 and above (I own an Optane 280gb PCI-E stick). So I thought this might be because of the drive being filled with files and whatnot over the time, and went on to re-install Windows today. First thing I did was to install AS SSD and do the benche
  7. The interface lags on every page, the install went laggy as well as using the UI itself and probably still is. The old interface (3.0) did not do this.
  8. I did it, however because my X550 ethernet card takes a while to connect to Internet, the re-install couldn't catch up and failed. I then went on and installed MB manually. The advanced settings that I'm told not to touch are all back to normal, though the interface is still laggy.
  9. I've taken logs, have seen people post it to the forum but I'm sure I could carry them to the support as a ticket?
  10. Turns out I do seem to have the release version as I remember it updating some time ago, but the interface on a lot of pages is still lagging. The software looks to work properly however, since it does block malware sites such as a real estate site I've tried to recently visit.
  11. Hello, just joined to say some things. I know this is probably mentioned before, but the beta interface functions too slowly, and as other people have mentioned in the beta thread, the IU is also ugly IMHO. I don't want to revert back to release version, and have been waiting for quite some time for the interface to speed up. So I'd love to hear some feedback on as to whether it's slow because of the beta build, or something else. I have a pretty strong machine with a 7900X CPU, whatnot, so I don't think my PC is the reason although I have toyed with the advanced security settings... thanks.
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