Gene, I didn't think Malware Bytes was classified as an anti-virus
program. If it is, than I can understand why one wouldn't run both
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At 10:16 AM 11/28/2019, Gene, wrote:
Defender and emsisoft antivirus at the same time. You
should never run two antivirus programs simultaneously. I don't
know a lot about the subject but each program may think the other is
doing things it shouldn't and they may attack each other. There may
be other reasons that others may discuss. Microsoft automatically
turns off Windows Defender if another antivirus program is running.
It automatically turns it back on if it is the only one.
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From: john s
Sent: Thursday, November 28, 2019 5:10 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Has anyone ever seen anything as sick as
this? I am now seeking advice on PC Security
Why not both?
At 11:08 PM 11/27/2019, Austin Pinto, wrote:
>if you are on windows 10 and by now you should be.
>run the default antivirus of windows10 and run malware bytes paid
>only run 1 of the 2 and not both.
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