Are you running Premiere Elements 8 as the 8.0.1 Update. If not, please do so
The automatic Background Rendering and AutoAnalyzer features of version 8 are major grabbers of system resources.
The 8.0.1 shuts off the automatic Background Rendering feature. See Edit Menu/Preferences/General and the background
rendering option there.
But, you have to shut off the AutoAnalzyer feature yourself in the Elements Organizer part of the program. To do that:
1. Click on the Organizer tab in the row below the active Organize header in order to open the Elements Organizer.
2. In the Elements Organizer workspace, go to Edit Menu/Preferences/AutoAnalzyer options and turn them all off.
3. To get back to the Premiere Elements workspace from the Elements Organizer workspace, in the Elements Organizer
workspace, go to File Menu/Exit.
But back to what you actually wrote
Adobe Premiere Elements 8 "Auto Analyzer" causes Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and 10 to freeze. How is this fixed? Uninstall your software?
Are you saying, with Premiere Elements 8.0/8.0.1 closed, that you are having these freezing problems with the non Adobe programs mentioned OR are you multitasking with Premiere Elements 8.0/8.0.1 project open when the freeze occur in these non Adobe programs?
In the context of an opened or closed Premere Elements program, please check to be sure, when you close Premiere Elements, that the close is reflected in the Task Manager/Processes. When Premiere Elements is closed by you, are you still seeing it displayed in Task Manager/Processes?
We will be watching for your follow up and deciding what next based on the details that you supply.
Thanks for the information. I just uninstalled the Adobe Elements software. That seems to have fixed the problem.
Thanks for the follow up.
Although uninstalling Adobe Premiere Elements 8.0/8.0.1 solved the problems with the non Adobe software, you are minus a video editor. If you need further suggestions for getting that to work for you, please do not hesitate to ask. Premiere Elements 8.0/8.0.1 is a good and dependable program when set up with the considerations mentioned.
If you are thinking about switching to Premiere Elements 11, I would look at that on the free 30 day tryout basis before any purchase to determine if it is compatible with your video goals and computer environment. Keep in mind, that a new version of Premiere Elements is due to be released soon.
Does Windows Live Movie Maker and the Windows DVD Maker of Windows 7 64 bit work for you without interfering with other programs?
Whatever you decision, success with your video projects.