Jump to content
JavaScript is currently disabled in your browser. In order to watch videos JavaScript needs to be enabled. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser.
Your browser is out of date and not supported. Click here to download the latest version of Internet Explorer.
CliffHead

Kapersky

Recommended Posts

if you have the full suite, go into the settings and disable any features you don't need. You can also open Task Manager via the menu that comes up when you hit Ctrl Alt Del all at the same time. Scroll down to the Kaspersky process and right click on it, then choose Priority. Select a low priority setting and that will tell the processor to alot fewer cycles to the process.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
And if you have a multicore processor, while in Task Manager, you can also assign the process to a specific core. For example, if you have an Intel quad core processor with hyperthreading, you can choose from 8 different cores. Assign Kaspersky to one or more lower cores, like 7 and 8. All other processes will use cores 1 through 6 before requiring 7 or 8. That should help prevent performance issues due to Kaspersky's high usage.

You should also perform a full system scan with Kaspersky, Windows Defender and MalwareBytes, just to make sure there's no malware causing the spike.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

-advertisement-
×