I have the Subversion client, TortoiseSVN, installed but so far I've only used it to pull documents on a few occasions. I'm not yet using it with H&M.
Please follow the instructions on this page to update Tortoise to 1.9.4 and to add the Collabnet 32-bit command line client that adds the missing components that Tortoise has removed in recent versions:http://news.helpandmanual.com/2016/08/r ... toise-svn/
I don't think any of the programs you list there is really suspicious. McAffee is a monster of a program that massively reduces your computer's performance, but you probably don't have any choice regarding that. Microsoft's own Windows Defender antivirus that comes with Windows is a much better choice, since it is properly integrated in Windows instead of shoehorning itself in everywhere like McAffee and the others -- and it doesn't have a profit motive for scaring you.
Skype can be problematic if you have activated its feature that automagically identifies phone numbers in any other program window and makes them clickable. That is often buggy and interferes with all kinds of things. I would turn that off if possible.