Following the discharge of Home windows 10 2004, customers have reported experiencing efficiency points and even crashes when Malwarebytes 4.1 is put in on their methods.
The official Malwarebytes help discussion board has seen quite a few customers reporting issues with MBAM 4.1 after Microsoft launched its newest Home windows replace again in Might.
The problems brought on by having the safety firm’s software program put in embody random freezes, normal slowness, video stuttering, blue display of dying (BSOD) crashes and Windows 10 becoming unresponsive.
However, not all users running Windows 10 2004 and Malwarebytes’ software seem to be affected but there are enough requests for help on the company’s forums to indicate that there is a problem.
In a post on Malwarebytes forum, one user explained that they were experiencing issues after installing Windows 10 2004. However, they were able to mitigate these issues by disabling the software’s ransomware protection feature.
To resolve the issues users are having, Malwarebytes also released a new beta version (18.104.22.168) of its security software at the beginning of June.
If you’re a Malwarebytes user that is having similar issues, you can install the new beta version by going into the software’s settings and enabling the “beta updates” setting under the General tab. After enabling this setting, you will need to check for new updates to install the beta version and its components package.
However, if you’re still experiencing issues after installing the beta, then you should probably head over to the Malwarebytes forum for additional help.