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dbrodsky

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Earlier my computer started to freeze, and I just downloaded SuperAntiSpyware professional paid version last week. I decided to open the task manager to end the programs not responding and see what processes were running. I noticed that in the CPU column SuperAntiSpyware was jumping up-and-down from 02 to 45, then 04 to 42, then 03 to 46.

I am assuming that this is the percentage of the computer that the program is utilizing or something. Should SuperAntiSpyware reach numbers like 42, 45, and 46?

Any help or information would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Depends on what it was doing at the time. The figure is the CPU usage value, you notice CPU time being tied up a lot more on a single core processor than you do on a dual-core one.
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Depends on what it was doing at the time. The figure is the CPU usage value, you notice CPU time being tied up a lot more on a single core processor than you do on a dual-core one.


Well, I have real time protection, but I wasn't running a scan or anything. Also, I just checked and it is still doing it.
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