It isn't a virus or malware-its the browser. I also tested it on a school computer-Also takes abit for the right click to open up after it copy and pastes a large document and emails it or stays in the copy function until pasted. It must be the size of the document that can make the right click take 5-10 seconds to open up. And then after a few minutes or so reverts back to normal fast right click open function
Also when testing it on another computer-does the same thing. So it would effect all google chromes if one copy and pastes a large KB file into a blank email or notepad and it would take abit for right click to appear in google chrome. I already sent a complaint to Google chrome on their browser's little issue so in the next update they'll have that taken care of.
I just figured it out. It would appear that when I send a large file that is 300kb or so in an email that I snet it takes abit for right click to open up so I can copy and paste the address in the address bar. THen a couple of minutes later it reverts back to normal. I just figured it out. It isn't a virus or anything-but still google should look into it if people are sending big files even pictures to anybody in large kb size.
I figured it out. When I send a huge file or whatnot in an email thats 300kb or more that's when it takes abit for the copy/paste and whatnot to appear when I right click. It isn't a virus or anything-its a google chrome/mail thing depending on the size of the file I am sending through the email. With small ones that's one line or abit more its normal.
Still it is odd though how it takes abit for right click to open and then a couple minutes later returns to normal.
next time it does that if you didnt check already go in the task manager (ctrl+alt+del) and in the process tab check how many memory is being used by chrome and if anything seems to be unusual. Reinstalling helps often
I think your system has virus, sometimes it happens that the antivirus program is unable to detect virus during system scan but the virus exists in the Computer. Still if you are sure that PC don’t have any virus than you can delete temporary files, clear cache & history. May be it will work and your browser will start working well. Install any of good antivirus software like Immunet, AVG, Avast, Norton..etc and do scan your system.