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Antivirus on turns computer slow

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Since last week i noticed that my computer was strange. When i double click to open a program, it won't open imediately, only after a few seconds of waiting it opens the programs. Also, some programs crash with "not responding" when already opened and working. For my surprise, on a situation where one program was "not responding" and other was not working properly i turn off the antivirus Avast and all programs start to work well! Then i unistalled Avast and tried Windows Defender. Same problem. So i turn off Windows Defends and after that all programs opening and running good.

Other problems i noticed was when opening web sites, it takes a little bit more time.

Also, with firefox, on some websites, i can't see some videos because it gives me error #2035. An example is this video: http://www.maisfuteb...a-festejar-golo

This last problem is not resolved with turning off antivirus.

I scanned with malawarebites, adwcleaner, junkware removal and ESET free scanner (http://www.eset.com/us/online-scanner/). Only malware bites found some threaths that were eliminated.

After that, i turn on Windows Defender but had the some problems.


What the [bleep] is going on with my computer?


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