Man I don't know about this whole thing with Malwarebytes.
I have been using it as a secondary Malware program running in batch mode for about as long as I have been using Avast free and now AIS about two years. I don't think that Malwarebytes has found more than one or two bad files over the two years.
I still run it in batch mode because you never know and it is no hassle to run it once a week that way.
However to me at least based upon my experience since running AIS running any Malware program real time is not worth the the drain on resources and potential conflicts for what it gives you.
I do run Windows Defender real time but that is because I consider it part of the Windows 7 Operating System, even though one could argue that it isn't and it has never conflicted with anything and my Windows 7 computers. It comes with Windows 7 and I just set it up when I got the my Windows 7 computers. Since then I have left it alone and actually check once every several months or so to see if it is actually still running because that is the only way I know that it is there and running. While it might create some drain on the computer's processing power I still leave it because again I consider part of the Windows 7 operating system just like I do the Windows Firewall which I have left on.
Since I have been using AIS I have found a couple of questionable programs using batch AV scanners like on-line ESET and Dr. Web that AIS does not classify as infected or questionable and have just deleted them. However Malwarebytes never Identified them as such and they could be false positives.
I think when you running AIS, Windows Defender and Windows Firewall that running Malwarebytes in real-time mode is unnecessary overkill.
Just my not to popular opinion