We’ve covered the release of AVG 2012 products including of AVG Antivirus free 2012, with this version, AVG has introduced AVG Advisor, a monitoring tool, which monitors for memory usage of Browsers like Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer and notifies you via a popup from the system tray if any Browser uses high memory like as shown below in the screenshot.
And this tool recommends you to close and reopen those applications for faster performance. If you don’t like AVG Advisor notifications, you can turn them off, here is how.
This is what AVG says about their Advisor feature
AVG Advisor constantly monitors the computer and proactively advises the user with available remedies and optimization possibilities for various computer problems they may have.
Read fixes to AVG’s similar annoyances below
- Disable AVG 2013’s Boot Time Improvement Notifications
- Disable ‘AVG Protected you from several threats recently’ Notification
Turning off/Disabling AVG Advisor Notifications in AVG 2012
1. Open AVG User interface.
2. From Tools menu, select ‘Advanced Settings’ and select Appearance Tab on the left pane and uncheck for Display AVG Advisor Performance Notifications under System Tray Notifications.
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