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  1. This is probably a stupid question but I'll ask. I just bought a Dell laptop and have only had it a week or so. Have had nothing but problems with it and Dell keeps telling me it's because of Malwarebytes. I've had Malwarebytes Premium for years and love it. The new laptop had the free trial version of McAfee and I had Dell remove it. They say your not suppose to have more than one anti-virus in Windows 10. I didn't think Malwarebytes was an antivirus only for malware. Has anyone else had this issue? I want to install a free antivirus but I'm not sure which one and afraid to try anything. I think Windows 10 has Windows Defender but is that enough along with Malwarebytes? thanks for your help!
  2. I've been trying to remove malware in my computer for days now but I can't seem to completely get rid of them I can't even download malwarebytes, I've deleted all the Untrusted Certificates and I've deleted some in the trusted ones too cause I recognized the virus put it's self there. When I try to download malwarebytes I get Runtime error at 351:120 Could not call proc. Please help me i'm considering to dust the whole pc cause I can't get rid of these viruses
  3. Hi, I have a notification on my malwarebytes dashboard stating a 'new and improved version of malwarebytes is available' then an install button. I select the install but nothing happens, can anyone help?
  4. The latest update indeed fixed the problems I had. But ultimately I uninstalled MBAM completely because it was slowing down my machine too much.
  5. I am new to these forums although am a long time user of the home version of Malwarebytes. I downloaded the 3.0 pro version on my two PCs recently (Dell XPS 2750 and Windows Surface laptop both running Win10). I noticed immediately that the Dell machine slowed to a crawl during the Threat scans. A check of the Disk utilization showed that it was at 100% with MWB at the top of the list and so was the memory utilization, however I hardly noticed the scans running on the Surface which has less resources. Thinking that I had too many junk apps on the Dell, I cleaned out the app list, got rid of orphan registry entries, and defragged the disk, however that hasn't seem to have made any difference. The only thing I could think to do was to schedule the scans to run at 3am, but I would be interested in your opinion as to why I am seeing such a difference between the two PCs.
  6. First let me start by saying that I have been a long long time user of Malwarebytes, and have recommended it or installed it on many a users computer. But I must confess, this latest fiasco concerning the many bugs within version 3.0 and the 4 months it took to resolve, really has me doing a whole lot of soul searching. Yesterday, I installed the latest attempt to fix the problems, BETA CU4. So far, this is the longest I have been able to go without an error message, 26 hours..WooHooo !! A quick word to the wise, make sure before you attempt to try the above Beta out, you know your software key, because you will have to completely remove any prior versions from your system before you install the Beta. A simple reinstall will not work. So, here's my point to my post, and I'd like to hear other user opinions as well as Malwarebytes employee comments including @RubbeR DuckY : Just about every major Anti-Virus solution available today provides malware, ransomware, and malicious website protection, what makes Malwarebytes unique anymore? What if anything, does one gain by ditching their AV software in favor of Malwarebytes, if the AV software they already own has the same protection? Is Malwarebytes really a true substitute for an AV product, does Malwarebytes have any independent AV test lab results? Do they have any head to head comparisons with the major AV suppliers? Why does Malwarebytes take such as large amount of memory to run, when compared to the AV leaders such as Kaspersky and others? And now, in light of recent news that signatures and heuristics aren’t enough to stop ransomware anymore, where does that leave Malwarebytes, and the other AV solutions? See these articles: https://www.sonicwall.com/docs/why-you-need-a-sandbox-to-stop-ransomware-technical-brief-24900.pdf and https://www.sonicwall.com/docs/solution-brief-putting-a-solid-sandbox-in-place-technical-brief-24826.pdf Granted, these are concerns that may be more for the business user, but it's only a matter of time before all computer users will be affected or should I say infected.
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