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I see a lot of posts about Malwarebytes 3 causing Windows 7 to become unresponsive. I want to join those reporting this problem on Windows 10 as well. In recent months, I noticed my laptop feeling sluggish, occasionally becoming unresponsive for > 10 seconds. I blamed Windows and soldiered on. In December 2018, Chrome suddenly became unusable with every control and website freezing for 20 seconds or more before finally responding. I went through recommended troubleshooting steps all the way up to complete reset/reinstall. Nothing helped. Edge and Firefox were usually responsive, but no
Since 17/12/2018 I started getting intermittent random PC freezes/lockups on my Windows 7 PC. I'm a long term user of MB, also on two Windows 10 PCs which are not having any problems. My MB version on the Windows 7 PC (now uninstalled) were: Malwarebytes Version: 184.108.40.20611 Component Package Version: 1.0.508 Update Package Version: 1.0.8722 My Windows 7 version is: Windows 7 Ultimate Version 6.1 (Build7601: Service Pack 1) My PC would freeze (screen frozen no mouse, or keyboard action possible) at random intervals, anywhere from 2 minutes after login to 120 minutes after log
I re-installed MBAM about 6 days ago and I started noticing that upon trying to connect to my VPN provider the machine would intermittently freeze and take over a minute to connect to my VPN. I thought it was the VPN and did a repair on it and everything seemed fine for a day or so before I starting having the issue again. I disabled the web filter and that did not revolve the issue, but I threw up process hacker and tried to connect again and noticed that MBAMService.exe throttled up the CPU to 30 % or so and stayed up there until it connected. During that process the desktop locked up a