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Malwarebytes 3 seems to slow computer during compiling of programs

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Thanks @Francois_Blais

I'm sure that @dcollins will pick up the logs and share them with QC to see what they can find.

Not saying it will fix it, but we did release a new 3.1x beta if you want to try it out and let us know. Though you might want to wait for Devin to see what he says as he may need something else from your current install before trying the new beta.

NEW BETA!  Malwarebytes 3.1.0.1716
https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/200230-new-beta-malwarebytes-3101716/

Thanks again

Ron

 

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Good morning Ron.

I installed the new beta, rebooted and compiled with and without self-protection. (the others were enabled)

Congrats! The time was the same, i.e. short!

Good work!

 

Best,

François

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Thanks for the update! Glad to hear it worked. Please let us know if you experience any other issues

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Thanks to you!

Glad Malwarebytes finally have what seems to be a winner!

You didn't notice anything worth fixing in my machine, with the logs I provided?

Thanks again!

François

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Didn't really see any glaring issues in the logs. The Event Logs section at the bottom has some normal Windows errors that you may want to review but overall seems good.

These are the only real items I noticed. I don't know anything about AVG Zen but here is a link to something about it.

AVG ZEN - WARNING
https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/avg-zen-warning/

You have it installed here
AVG Zen (Version: 1.81.13 - AVG Technologies) Hidden

You have some policies set but those may be normal for you.
GroupPolicy: Restriction <======= ATTENTION
GroupPolicyScripts: Restriction <======= ATTENTION

 

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Thanks!

I'll look at this AVG ZEN thing...

 

Best!

François

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