Originally Posted by TechWizard
A lot of slow computers due to issues like Windows Update gone Rogue using up most or all of the processor (Most popular in Win 7) it is true just to name one popular non-malware issue. There are of course many MANY others non-malware related. Though some of the rouge services have done so due to damage from malware too so could say 6 one way half a dozen the other a lot of times. Many antivirus programs are also a big contributor to a slow computer
This is true. And you also mentioned about AV's contributing to slow PC issue, this is also true since I found out that most of my callers were not fully aware that a computer won't function well if there's 2 or more antivirus softwares being installed. I guess they kinda cling into the idea that the more AV's installed, the better the protection which is not actually the case since they will just "conflict" with each other...
Thank you for your insight!