Kaspersky appears to be turned off (unchecked) in either Autoruns or MSCONFIG/Startup or Task Manager/Startup:
==================== MSCONFIG/TASK MANAGER disabled items ==
HKU\S-1-5-21-3076391084-2480122960-4283986350-1002\...\StartupApproved\StartupFolder: => "Kaspersky Internet Security.lnk"
It also shows up with a signing problem:
Date: 2019-12-18 11:43:00.576
Code Integrity determined that a process (\Device\HarddiskVolume2\Windows\System32\svchost.exe) attempted to load \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Total Security 20.0\x64\antimalware_provider.dll that did not meet the Windows signing level requirements.
Looking at the first FRST scan I see we have updated from version 19 to version 20 so either Kaspersky forgot to sign their file or you got a bad download so Reinstalling might help. Sometimes if you go to Control Panel, Programs & Features and click on Kaspersky then right click there will be an entry for Repair or Change. If you decide to uninstall it then reinstall as they recommend you probably need to make sure you have your license info before you do that.
Your last Latency Monitor probably would have passed if you had closed Firefox before running it.
We are seeing errors from the Intel tasks. Go back into Task Scheduler and make sure they are Disabled.
The shutdown time on the last one is pretty good. Startup isn't great but with only 4GB and a non-SSD it's going to be slow. You will probably find that Kaspersky is part of the startup delay. If you decide to uninstall Kaspersky and Reinstall try timing a reboot while it is uninstalled.
In Task Manager, Startup there is a time for LAST BIOS TIME in the upper right. What does it say? Also on some Win 10's you get real numbers in the Startup Impact column. If so can I get a screenshot?