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  1. The solution for now is to unckeck the option "Connect Microsoft Outlook Plug-in". The problem is related to the library mcou.dll of kis2016. This problem was reported to Kaspersky Labs support. Hope they fix this!
  2. I'm using KIS When "connect Microsoft Outlook Plug-in" option is enabled, Outlook 2013 takes hours to start. See picture:
  3. FEEDBACK UPDATE: I tested today the new release RC and all problems with Photoshop CC 2014.1 are gone! Nice job, Kasperspy dev team!!!
  4. Something is terrible wrong with KIS2015 system watcher. My advice: go back to 2014 version and only return to 2015 version when all issue with system watcher have been fixed ( I hope with MR1)
  5. Please inform Tech Support of your findings. Please contact Tech Support: https://my.kaspersky.com/en/support/helpdesk Please attach the following items to your Tech Support request: 1. Description of the issue. 2. Screenshot, as needed. 3. GSI 4. Your information about System Watcher. Finally! I'm not alone with this issue! This is a BIG ISSUE and Kaspersky should fix it ASAP! edit: un-bury the instructions.
  6. I have made a lot of tests, using all options you refered. Nothing works as it should. If you exclude a program (exe) or a specific directory (all exe's in that directory) in exclusion rules for not be checked by system watcher, (box checked system watcher only), any conflits between your app and system watcher should stop... but... that's not true! Let's wait MR1 release!
  7. Egor: All tests I made with the following cautions: SASCore service set to "disabled" (sasdifsv and saskutil both stopped on Computer Management - Device Manager - Non Plug-n-Play drivers) As I said before, I'm now with KIS2014 without any issues. Let's see if other users have the same problem with KIS2015 and latest Photoshop... (I traced Photoshop running processes and Adobe changed a lot of things... maybe some kind of conflict with system watcher.) For now, I'm happy with KIS2014. :supercool:
  8. Yes I did. Also added Photoshop and all executables it invokes, to the exception rules. (disabled also system watcher for all Photoshop related started executables). Superantispyware is not active in the system (all drivers and services disabled) The problem is ONLY with Photoshop CC 2014. My last test was a downgrade to KIS2014... Magic! The problem is gone! Conclusion: this a specific problem with system watcher module of KIS2015! My sugestion is install latest adobe Photoshop 2014 on a machine running Win7 64bit and KIS2015 and see the Photoshop CC 2014 startup times with and without system watcher. (May be someone at kaspersky could tell me I'm not crazy) Adtitional info: All tests made with a "clean" hosts file and with "trial" version of Photoshop. If other users of this fórum have the same issue, please let me know. Thanks!
  9. You can find it here: http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.php?file...02ce737c35d4bf9
  10. I find the problem: it's system watcher. If I disable it, the start of photoshop cc 2014, takes only 3 sec... (with system watcher enabled more than 30 sec.)
  11. I have the same problem, but with Photoshop CS 2014!!! Starting it is incredibly slow (more than 30 sec. ) I made the same steps you do, and find the culprit: it's system watcher!!! :dash1:
  12. Hi! Anayone experienced a slow start of photoshop CC 2014 with latest KIS2015 installed? My PC runs Win7 SP1 64bit, all drivers updated. If I disable KIS completely everything is fine. Create a rule to allow KIS2015 to not scan photoshop on start didn't help also. Any Ideas? Thanks!
  13. Patch C solved all problems. If you have win7 sp1, update net framework to version 4.5; update internet explorer to version 11; instal kav/kis 2014 and let it update to patch C.
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