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#1 VinSez

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 09:27 AM

Laptop: Lenovo T400 Type 6474 running Windows 10 which was upgraded from Windows 7

 

This past week I have l experienced a significant slow down in response when pressing a character or clicking the mouse in an online app.  I've worked with my antivirus folks at AVAST; they've tried twice to come up with a remedy, but to no avail.  I've upgraded the memory in the PC and below is a screen shot of  current operation.

 

I've tried several antivirus and malware products to get to root cause, but I am stuck!  I also looked on the Lenovo site for Bias update for Windows 10 and there doesn't appear to be one, which was curious?  This has happened on Yahoo email, my Fidelity broker account, and other web sites, it seems to get worse as I use the PC throughout a morning.  Any thoughts, suggestions....

 

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 10:21 AM

I thought you clicked on some malicious or phishing site and with the effect of that, some adware or malware came to your system. Just, do one thing install adblocker on your browser and also install adw-cleaner into your system. adw-cleaner will remove all adware from your system. then tell me



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Posted 20 March 2017 - 01:18 PM

I run uBlock origins for adware.  I took your advice and ran Ad-Cleaner.  It got rid of several programs I downloaded from CNET to try to fix the problem.  I don't think it is a virus or malware issue, I suspect either Window 10 or something else!






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