No problems Dorie.
Malwarebytes should run fine with McAfee. I haven't heard of any conflicts. From time to time, programs do however "bump heads" and give a false positive. Now for a soap box moment There is not one single piece of software that can protect you against all threats.
- McAfee included.
The best weapon against the bad guys is a smart user.
Keep your computer updated. If you don't have your computer set to update automatically, I suggest you think about it. At least start Internet Explorer once a week and check for updates. That option can be found under the file menu - Tools - Options - Windows Update. Run the express update - to let it automatically update, or run manual update to choose the updates you wish to install.
Make sure McAfee is up to date. It should automatically update, but you can access the program and check manually.
Scan once a week with Malwarebytes - Don't the Mcafee people love me for saying that
It is a good product that is one of our frontline tools.
Keep your other programs updated. Java / Flash / Quicktime / Adobe Reader should be updated as well. I use Secunia
to check my computer from time to time.
Be safe - surf smart! We have members who surf crackz/hackz sites to download illegal software and music. Well, you get what you pay for and that may mean a nasty infection.
Don't open attachments from emails that you are not expecting. If someone you don't know sends you an attachment - do not open it. I even check with family before I open their attachments.
There are lots of other things to do to stay safe, but this is a good start.
Take care and thanks for joining