After updating to Windows November Update (or Version 1151), my laptop wasn't running good after all.
I might be right or not to this point: The updating process damaged some Windows Files. I have restarted my laptop after a long black screen when I closed my laptop for some little time. After opening my laptop, it had stucked into the black screen for 30 minutes, assuming a restart could fix, and it did. The restart restored the state to where it was proressing, and only advanced 5% since the last time I closed my laptop. Now the update finished.
I restarted my laptop. There when it starts, the bootup is slow to 4x longer than the 5 second bootup. And after that, the bootup blacks and goes back again, but the brightness of display fades to what I set, within 15 second of waiting, then I'm on blue screen, with "Please wait" displayed for 1 second, and the rest is the loading animation. After that, logging in, and takes 15 seconds to log in than usual 2-4 seconds. This is what I hate, it takes so long to load. I thought at first, it is just starting the new update, but after a while of booting into, this problem is still, and isn't gone. I assumed it was the problem of the update. , God's sake, after I found out my friend's laptop booting was, faster in this update I have. His laptop specs are very low, and smaller than my laptop.
Now, I experienced hanging after a bit of time of playing on Windows App Games. Minecraft Windows 10 Edition that I got for free by buying MCPC, it was fun until, it hanged, my laptop hanged. I tried to spam-clicking the X button until few seconds, or even a minute my whole laptop responds again. Asphalt 8 racing annoys me of some random hangs, and that manages me into playing non-window apps instead.
Here, I am. I read some of posts on issues. I tried fixing, and there is nothing much fixed. CHKDSK -F only runs for 1/2minute-1min and finds no problems. SFC /scannow runs for 1-5 minutes, and finds no problem too. What is the final fix is the reset (refresh), but I don't want to lose my windows apps. Windows 10 won't repair, without a CD media, and I don't have one. My laptop came with Windows 10 preinstalled, not with CD media. And that is just, bullshit. What can I find to fix my laptop. I don't even have DVD or anything to put the CD into.
One last problem, is that Windows slow down for some time after it is booted for 10 seconds. After 10 seconds, my laptop is just running fine.
Anyway, how can I fix this problem?