I think your guess that the GUI is triggering EIS's tamper detection is right. Can you give me a run-down of EIS process names? Otherwise, we will of course research ourselves, but this may save time.a2guard.exe
It all would have been true if 184.108.40.206 and below were the same slow. But it is not, start immediately! 20-30 seconds slower. Video shows all!The problem is we do have XP systems, here and your issue is not happening , so it must be caused by whats loaded on the OS .
And I repeat, the problem is not one of me. Do not blame my software. What is wrong you have done with the latest versions for Xp. We'll have to sit on the 220.127.116.11 (
Your system has some major problems aside from this:It all would have been true if 18.104.22.168 and below were the same slow. But it is not, start immediately!
1. Far too many applications installed with overlapping purposes.
2. More than one security suite. This is an absolute no-no. More than one security suite can cause conflicts, not to mention severe performance degradation. It doesn't make you doubly protected, it just gives you double the trouble. If you want a multi-engine scanner, I suggest herdProtect.
So, I don't believe there's any bug in Process Lasso v8 with regards to how fast it starts after user login. It's at the mercy of all this other stuff you have starting up.
If version 6 truly starts any faster, it is due to a change in the way Process Lasso behaves, and surely the difference is no more than a couple seconds,20-30 seconds slower. Video shows all!