Try to disable Bitdefender to see if there are some improvements, I know him to be taking some time during the boot of the session!
Seriously, wallet is a irritating component which cannot be disabled. Even if we disable or delay it, it again start on a system boot.Yes, I can confirm what Tailhey stated, BitDefender wallet mostly cause boot slow down issues, even worse..got black screen about 5-10 seconds before able boot to windows on my GF's PC. If only there is a way do disable the wallet without causing any issues, it would be great
Alternative solution : if you think MBAM caused your issue, then disable it from start up I think it might be a good idea, then just launch it manually once your PC ready
But friend, there was no issue before the update. This delay is happening only after the update. Not sure!!!yes. i agree with you in this case BDTS >< New MBAM conflict...cause the issue
i suggest switch to BDIS is good enough mate with MBAM...
On my system it varies from 92.6 sec to 108 sec. horrible.What's start-up time/delay of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.x Premium on a clean install of Windows 8.1 or 7 SP1?
Haha, I still remember when the last time I delay it, it caused BSODSeriously, wallet is a irritating component which cannot be disabled. Even if we disable or delay it, it again start on a system boot.
I have no idea about this, I'm a bit curious tooWhat's start-up time/delay of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.x Premium on a clean install of Windows 8.1 or 7 SP1?