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That problem was resolved, but I still am experiencing problems, unrelated to the hack.Kaspersky tries to block everything I do, and did before I was hacked. I tested avira but this program i use is better then avira.And when you will click for three application at a time, everything in your computer will become pale and possess (Not Responding) message in the title.It is easy to avoid these kinds of complications if you are active enough to Pause your Kaspersky protection and then go for the important jobs.
If you do not do it, then most probably your computer will work much slower and any applications you double-click will appear after waiting for an hour.After having my old Dell crashed from a virus Norton let through, I recently bought an HP and put Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 on it.It blocks almost everything, but I was hacked at one point.Microsoft released a fabulous system update this month that should be installed first. My battery life is terrible too BUT the computer is still indexing and syncing One Drive files, so one CPU is clocked at 100%.
The latest firmware and driver update makes the Surface Pro 3 an almost flawless device. Of note, one of the known problems reported by Microsoft already is that devices that use connected standby (like the Surface Pro 3) will see a considerable decrease in battery life. So yes battery life until all the optimization, update, compressing update files, and indexing is done sucks. Hey Rod - been playing with Build 9926 on my SP3 i7/256 for 6 or so hours, and here is what I've found: With graphic drivers .4079 (1/5/2015) pulled down via Windows Update (says System Hardware Update 1/22/2015) both the Netflix Modern app as well as Xbox Video crash (Netflix throws a W8157-C00D717F error code and Xbox Video just crashes when you try to play a video.) With graphic drivers .3282 (8/26/2013) that are installed by Windows 10 by default, both the Netflix and Xbox Videos play with no problem...Does anyone know why the Norton tab would be missing from the Outlook 2016 ribbon?