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Windows 7: Windows updates built to slow down Chrome?

06 Apr 2013   #11
OvenMaster

Win7 Pro 32bit
 
 

This update is supposed to improve performance in Windows Defender.
Anti-malware platform update for Windows Defender is available in Windows 8

"KB2781197 - Anti-malware platform update for Windows Defender (Windows 8). This update for Windows Defender updates services, drivers, and the user interface."
http://home.comcast.net/~itdave/site/?/page/Microsoft/

If you put "
KB2781197 windows 8" into Google, you'll see quite a few people are having trouble with this update.



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