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Avg slows computer down when updating

There are a few that I could remove, but don't know how. Thanks Hi, I had my computer completely upgraded a few months ago, except for the hard drive, so it is basically new. When I start it in the morning, my AVG automatically starts running.

The problem is that it slows everything down so much, it takes a lot of time to open any sites or links. Any idea why this is happening and is there anything I should do?

I didn't have this problem before the upgrade and also had been using AVG. I'm wondering if I have too many programs running with start up.

I have tried this test across all three computers and the results are consistent and checked with a software lans speed test.

So, what do I need to change/do to AVG firewall to enable full data transfer?

The only way to get it to shut down is to hold the physical power button down till it shuts down.

They also suggested uninstalling it but at least I didn't have to. I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down.Anyone else had this problem, and if so, do you know what can be done about it before I uninstall the whoile thing and go elsewhere. Hi, I had my computer completely upgraded a few months ago, except for the hard drive, so it is basically new. When I start it in the morning, my AVG automatically starts running.Currently I have disabled firewall on all three computers to allow normal operations.Can some kind soul please tell me where the option to view the results of AVG disk scans lives in the UI - I can't find it for love nor money :-) and searching the web only finds the question asked many times but never answered.My take on this is that you are trying to compute and run a system scan at the same time. Any anti-virus will, if it doesn't lock up altogether.If this isn't the case, then AVG shouldn't be running except to get updates if set on auto. chcuk Yes, AVG is scheduled to run a system scan every morning on start up. The thing is, I've never had this problem before with Windows 98.Your antivirus program will allow you to change when a scan is done (i.e. Some antivirus programs may allow users to change the intensity of the scan, the amount of computer memory that is used during the scan process.Adjusting the scan intensity can help prevent the computer from becoming very slow during the scan process.When any program loads itself into memory, including an antivirus program, it will consume some of the total memory available to the computer.If your computer does not have lots of memory or is already low in memory, this can affect the overall performance of the computer. However, they can still encounter a system slow down as the antivirus scanner is scanning all files on the computer to see if they're infected.

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