Malwarebytes anti-exploit is a lot more effective than Kaspersky anti-exploit. That is why Kaspersky don't really brag about theirs. There is a current conflict when running both Malwarebytes anti-exploit and Kaspersky 2016 (not 2015 and previous) that prevent you from opening browsers. Malwarebytes is working on a solution, their beta version already work with Kaspersky 2016.
I'm currently using Kaspersky 2015 since I believe the protection Malwarebytes anti-exploit outweigh the the few extra privacy options Kaspersky 2016 provide. Another temporary alternative is with Malwarebytes anti-exploit premium version you can disable browsers protection only still protection all other programs to get the 2 programs to work.
For keystroke encryption I use Hitmanpro alert. When the anti-virus fail to find the spyware then at least you have a 2nd line of defense of scrambling your password and credit info and stuff from being stolen. I don't know why Kaspersky and other major anti-virus companies doesn't add keystroke encryption to their long list of features.
I have found that the beta version of MBAE works with kaspersky 2016, as far as chrome goes.
I don't use other browsers much, so I couldn't say, but I think the problem never affected edge in the first place.
as an aside, I have sometimes noticed high cpu usage in chrome after installing KTS 2016. today it went pretty high and I tracked it down to the chrome kaspersky extension. I didn't like that very much.
so I went back to panda. It does a good job at malware detection, it's pretty light, and it doesn't get into conflicts with other software.
and it works very nicely with windows 10.
Oh yeah Kaspersky has a virtual keyboard thing that I forgot and don't use because of how inconvenient it is to open it up and click each button where its more convenient to just practice safety online.