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I have same issue... trying everything that was mentioned before, but no results. When I turn off Malwarebytes computer start to work.
I had/have this too. It was totally pain. I had to e.g. revert back to Windows 1909 because I didn't know that it is Malwarebytes that after some time, halt almost everything - some applications that I started first run quite alright for sometime (after a few hours the system was unusable) but cannot start any new application). Then yesterday I tried to 2004 update again because WU offer it as first time I used MediaCreationTool. Luckily I found this thread after some one pointed that this kind problems are always security programs based. Malwarebytes should definitely offer update or so
I recently updated my instance of Windows 10 from version 1909 to version 2004. After the update, Windows began acting very, very slowly and almost to the point of being unresponsive. Then, I saw a post somewhere that said that MalwareBytes 4.1 was causing a problem with this new version of Windows 10. On the chance that this was also my problem, I quit MalwareBytes from the Taskbar Tray area. Upon doing this, Windows amazingly began operating as it should. I've since disabled the automatic start of MalwareBytes at Windows Start-Up. I've no doubt that you've heard of this conflict of Win
I am having this same problem on my wifes Dell PC, before the Windows 10 update (2004) everything worked fine with MalwareBytes and the PC, but after I did the update the PC was unusable and I had to uninstall the 2004 update. Has Malware bytes addressed this problem (I don't know who's problem it is MS or Malwarebytes) but I would sure like to upgrade my wife's PC and know I am not going to run into the same problem again.