Right click not in windows explorer takes time. Chrome browser takes time to load

Hi Experts,

     Right click in windows explorer, and chrome browser taking more time to load.  I think it is because of Nortan antivirus.
Could you please help me how to resolve this,

With Many Thanks,

Bharath. A.K
Bharath A.KAsked:
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
two entirely different environments explorer and chrome.. can you disable NAV and see if the problem goes away.. (the problem will probably remain the same)

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Bharath A.KAuthor Commented:
Hi David,

      Thanks for your reply.  I had disabled the following on Norton antivirus.  I had turned on silent mode, disable auto-protect,  disabled smart - firewall in the nortan antivirus.

My right click on windows explorer is working fine,   Chrome is still not loading.   there is Nortan toolbar installed on the chrome browser, I had removed that also, still taking time to load.

With Many Thanks,

Bharath. A.K
Tony GiangrecoCommented:
You can also go into Options on the browser and disable some of the extensions or add-ons that are loaded. they will slow any browser down.

the anti virus is another app that will slow everything down based on how it;s configured. You might run a test by disabling the AV and testing it but I wouldn't advise leaving it disabled past the test. If necessary, go into it's configuration and see what options are slowing you down.

Hope this helps!
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Bharath A.KAuthor Commented:
Hi All,

     Apologies for delayed response.  Now it is working fine.  I don't know why.

thanks for your help and support,

Kindest regards,

Bharath. A. K
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Disabling NAV solved the problem
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