Ken1943

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  1. I am confused with this patch. I heard about the MS update which I never got. Have it now, just have to install it. >There wasn't a bios/microcode update for my Asus mobo that I could find unless the patch from GRC.com was supposed to fixed the problem. < I didn't pay much attention to the warning last year & was waiting for a bios update which never came. Asus doesn't update 4 year old mobo's I guess. So I am between a rock and no place !!! lol
  2. I also run a i7 4770K also and the hit was bad. I just picked on Chrome, but could see the problem with other programs. Sometimes I wonder about the "panic" with some of the malware. Let's face malware will never end !!
  3. I booted the desktop today and it is running normally with the grc.com meltdown/inspectre program disabled.
  4. I have a Haswell cpu in one desktop and the speed slowdown is a big problem. Only use it once a week. I disabled the protection the last time I used the machine. What I noticed, is that the first time I run Chrome or another program it is very slow to load. Fast if I open it again. I guess because some of the program is not cleared from memory when program shutdown. I was looking for the Microsoft patch, but it is not shown. Might be because the patch was installed in an earlier version of Win 10. It is on 1809 now. This weekend when I fire it up, I will find out if the slowdown is still there. KB4482887 is not installed, at least not in 1809
  5. I just got this also. Windows 10 Pro. Pale Moon,Firefox & Chrome installed. Chrome default
  6. Good luck with GoDaddy. If you have an account, you may get somewhere. Didn't help me !
  7. My mistake, wrong program. It was for Malwarebytes. Just try their uninstall tool. It should remove everything about Emsisoft on your computer. Don't forget to reboot twice before reinstalling.
  8. OK they just made it harder to repair. I would use their uninstall tool or their repair tool. Either should work.
  9. Probably one of the programs uninstall files got corrupted. One way to fix it is to reinstall the program which should repair the files.
  10. All depends if Google thinks extensions also cause a problem. Remember Google wants to know everything about you and control how you use the internet. That is the whole problem, no one knows what Google will do. I think including Google.
  11. Found out long time ago that many event errors are timing related. Windows expects something should happen in a certain period of time and when it doesn't an error is generated. Unless I notice a possible problem, I no longer check the event log.