Angels have the Phone Box
Based on the scans run so far, it appears to me that you use several 3rd-party "cleaners" on this system. These "cleaners" are simply not necessary, and many times do much more damage that good. I can't tell you how many times I've seen messed up systems because of these "cleaners".
These are problems and/or not recommended:
(possibly others - I won't know until I see your list of installed programs.)
You said you use ZoneAlarm for the firewall, so that explains why Windows Firewall is turned off. I would like to see your list of installed programs now, as I have not been able to determine why Windows Defender is turned off.
Please go to Ccleaner and save the list of installed programs to a text file, and post that here.
Once I have seen the list, I will make recommendations of any other software which needs to be removed.
I understand that you've used some of this software since XP days, but I am telling you - you are now on Windows 10, and XP does not apply. ZoneAlarm is a good firewall, but this other stuff is simply not necessary, and just causes problems.
Regarding Edge: As far as I know, Microsoft Edge is a core part of the W10 OS, and cannot be "conventionally" removed. To attempt the many work-arounds that have been posted online, is to basically "bork" your machine.
Following the removal of unwanted software, I then suggest running the System File Checker to verify all Operating System files are intact.
So, in an Administrative Command Prompt, type: (right-click the Start button)
Let it run - it takes a while. The response when it is finished that we are looking for is "No integrity violations found". If it says "found and fixed" or "could not be fixed", you need to reboot the computer and run it again, at least three times. If we still do not get the response that everything is good, we will have to move to dism commands to try and get the system in order. Failing that, a repair install using an in-place upgrade would be the next step. Failing all these, a clean install is next.
Another option (which I don't recommend at this point) would be to perform a Clean Boot, and see if the culprit can be identified that way.
But I really think the system needs to be put back in good order. A band-aid approach will only complicate things for you, especially when the Anniversary update comes through in July.