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Kaspersky slowing down your computer? I am making it fast for you...(With Tips+Pictures)

Updated on April 10, 2015

Grabbed your attention, right? Yes, it is true that often computers using the Kaspersky Anti-Virus run a bit slow. Many of my friends complain about this amazing product like a slow-downer machine. If you are a new Kaspersky consumer or going to purchase it very soon, then first learn about how to control this heavy software and whether you've the necessary hardware requirements installed or not.

In this hub, several ways are provided by utilizing which a Kaspersky User may get benefitted. These may not appear as magic formulas but all these obviously act to be as genuine and real methods. So, let's get down to grab the methods.

Tip-1: Pause Protection

When you are in a heavy job with your computer but security is not necessary, 'Pause your protection' in Kaspersky AntiVirus. 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. 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. It's as easy as ABC- (Look The Picture Below)-


Click 'Pause Protection'
Click 'Pause Protection'

Tip-3: Manually Update Your Anti-Virus

When huge files are download from anywhere on the web, slow internet users face a bad time while downloading them. And recently Kaspersky makes them face even more difficulty while huge files are being downloaded. It never asks permission before updating. That's why when you're downloading something, and Kaspersky is updating in the same time - it will slow down your computer as well as your Internet Speed.

Again, updating is necessary for security reasons. So what to do? OK, You have two options here-

  • Manually Update Your Software
  • Or, Fix a time in the day

Learn in the pictures how to do them-

Change your 'Run Mode'
Change your 'Run Mode'

Tip-4: Aviod Over-Usage

Many people uses various options such as-

  • Parental Guards
  • Safe Run for websites
  • Safe Run for applications...etc.

These actions generally drive your computer mad or crazy. So, try to avoid the over usage of these options to make your computer work a bit faster than you expect!

Tip-5: Run Your Scan When You're Away

It makes your computer very slow when you're just scanning. It sometime becomes impossible to work when the scanning process is on its way. That's why I think it's wise to start scanning when you're away, then pause when you're going to work and re-start later. Don't know how to do it? Just look at the picture below-

How To Resume Scan?
How To Resume Scan?

These were my tips, see if these work for you or not! :)

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      Faris 

      2 years ago

      hi there,

      would you please explain how to do step #4 and how to cancel these options?

      thanx in advance

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      Sami Dous 

      4 years ago

      Hola Hello

      yes , i believe in kaspersky as good protection for our pc , owing to we're not professional users of pc , we look for the easiest way to protect our lovely machines , then as you did up you made me change my opinion to stop getting kaspersky , thank you , sorry for the long bla bla bla .

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      rahul 

      5 years ago

      yes n thank muchhhhhhhhhhhhhh muchhhh

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      rodocop 

      5 years ago

      Yeah! Your advices are brilliant for Kaspersky users and subj is one of the best tools.

      I've just mentioned an alternative way for those who feel their PC too slowdowned with Kasper...

      It's too heavyweight ;-)

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      5 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      @ rodocop

      Thanks for leaving a comment.

      People love Kaspersky, that's why here's a hub.

      Shafin.

    • Ibrahim K. Shafin profile imageAUTHOR

      Ibrahim Kamrul Shafin 

      5 years ago from Dhaka, Bangladesh & Washington DC, USA

      @ rodocop

      Thanks for leaving a comment.

      People love Kaspersky, that's why here's a hub.

      Shafin.

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      rodocop 

      5 years ago

      Just drop Kaspersky out and change it for DrWeb.

      But the best option is to take some steps in order to raise your security without antivirus.

      This saves your time and yours PC performance...

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      rayan 

      6 years ago

      thank you so much, this is really very helpful, keep up the good work ^^

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      Sheikh R.S. 

      6 years ago

      It's a really really outstanding hub......keep up......

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