Avast performance issues found
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It’s just a quick question. Except for performance problems, everything on the Smart scan was fine. It’s hard to tell what these are. The only choice is to press the RESOLVE Everything button. On my machine, nothing is removed until I approve it. So, what happens when I push the RESOLVE Everything button? I anticipate obtaining a list of things that I may accept or deny. What am I going to get?
I use the FREE version, but this performance problem is part of the Smart Scan, not an add-on. So the output garbage it finds is useless because I can’t pick and choose which things to remove.
When you know how, everything is easy.
Thank you so much for your assistance.
I followed your advice and disabled the Smart Scan’s Performance section.
It now works flawlessly and just checks for viruses and applications. Many of the “junk” lists have disappeared. I’m overjoyed; once again, thank you very much for your assistance.
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So I ran a check and found that avast had performance problems. Some were junk files and obsolete registry entries, but they wouldn’t let me remove them. Is there a way to resolve my performance problems because avast won’t help me? Please accept my apologies for my poor grammar.
Typically, that’s just ads for a paid product, so I ignore all of those suggestions and keep the silent / gaming mode turned on (kind of like driving with your wife, and being deaf in your right ear 🙂 CCleaner, in my opinion, still works well (I understand that the supply chain was recently breached – if you’re a hater, just use bleachbit). It comes with a handy reg cleaner, but it doesn’t seem to boost efficiency. I suppose it’s fascinating to see how much garbage accumulates in the registry. Ccleaner on a ten-year-old PC running Windows 7 once cleaned 25 gigabytes, lol.
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Typically, that’s just ads for a paid product, so I ignore all of those suggestions and keep the silent / gaming mode turned on (kind of like driving with your wife, and being deaf in your right ear 🙂 CCleaner, in my opinion, still works well (I understand that the supply chain was recently breached – if you’re a hater, just use bleachbit). It comes with a handy reg cleaner, but it doesn’t seem to boost efficiency. I suppose it’s fascinating to see how much garbage accumulates in the registry. Ccleaner on a ten-year-old PC running Windows 7 once cleaned 25 gigabytes, lol. My C drive is on an SDD, while my E drive is on my HD. Is it true that you can’t use C cleaner on SDD?
Thank you. The app could not be repaired. I can’t seem to locate the backup settings or the part list. Is it okay if I uninstall and then reinstall? I’ve had this antivirus for three years and this is the first time I’ve had a problem. Greetings.
I used the same components as you did, and now all I have are “browser risks” and “viruses and malware.” The choice to search for performance problems is no longer available. Is this, in your opinion, acceptable? Is my VPN untouched by all of this? Thank you for your assistance.
Assuming you were not using any of the un-ticked elements, you should be safe. I included a screen shot as an example of what I want to run because it fits my needs and is what I recommend to my computer support clients. Others might choose to run any of the optional programs, such as Passwords and Software Updater; it is entirely up to them.
The only other one was the program updater, which is simple to recover. As you said, the performance issues are only present in the paid version. I seem to recall that in previous versions, whenever it asked if I wanted performance issues fixed, it always guided me to the paid subscription portion. I’ll see how things go, but I think I’ve gained a better understanding of the software. Thank you once again for your support, and best wishes.
Okay, Windows Defender was a bad name for Microsoft Security Essentials on Windows 8, but we’ll call it what it is for the purposes of this discussion.
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When another antivirus program is built on Windows 8, MSE is effectively downgraded to Defender (like in Windows 7) So, in my opinion, it is still present at the Defender level and should be disabled, just as it is on Windows XP, Vista, and Win7. During my 40-year career, I’ve only seen one instance where Defender successfully blocked a malware sample! I’ve asked 500 people this question, and only one other Engineer has had the same experience (only 1) Someone else has never seen it do anything!
We’ll test on the most recent update, but on the day of release, Windows 8 still had Defender components in memory, which had to be disabled manually!
“It irritates me that the Action Center does not announce that Defender is switched off. Microsoft’s “wisdom” is that the Defender status icon should not be shown in the tray. If you don’t have antivirus apps, they won’t warn you anymore. Excellent!!”