I keep getting an annoying message from my Norton anti-virus whenever I use my Firefox browser lately (It comes up when I use IE too). It's a pop-up message in the lower right corner that says " performance alert--high CPU usage by Firefox" with a little graph. I have no idea what this is for, if I should be worried about it, or how to get it to stop. It's just annoying. I know Firefox uses a lot of memory. I really don't need Norton to keep telling me that.
Anyone know what this is all about and if there's anything I could to do get it to stop short of removing my Norton protection? I ran the anti-malware last night like Kathy from the Junk Drawer suggested. It took two hours and it did find a couple infected objects; however, this box still pops up so I guess that wasn't it.
P.S. "Right Where We Belong" is going to be our new blog title. Now I need to find someone to do a new header for me. I'd love to include pictures of us and our pets in it.