1. realspeed

    realspeed

    Messages:
    5,692
    Name:
    Bazza
    Edit My Images:
    No
    i came across this the other day. i tried editing with adobe elements and transferring the edits back onto the computer. I even made adobe elements and premier elements as exceptions to miss what is called "realtime" in the defender program
    I still got up something like attempted virus attack and would not let me do this task.

    Ok what was the problem?

    I was also running AVAST anti virus and that was causing a lot of problems with windows 10. As soon as I deleted Avast no more problems. So be aware that running a third party antivirus program can affect Windows 10 in certain instances.
     
  2. drdocmatt

    drdocmatt

    Messages:
    101
    Edit My Images:
    No
    Windows won't generally let you run multiple anti virus tools as they are mutually exclusive. Only one can register with the kernel to receive events. The other can *think* it's installed but it's really not working.
    That said, everyone is aware that AV is a resource hog in windows and the main reason people buy upgraded hardware...
     
  3. neil_g

    neil_g

    Messages:
    31,042
    Name:
    Neil
    Edit My Images:
    No
    Av shouldn't be a resource hog. Avast (which personally I've had no issues with) only uses a few mb of memory in the background
     

Share This Page

  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice