I'm getting a lot of stuttering in games with this build that I haven't seen since the earlier builds with graphics stack issues. I'm going to roll back to 14279 and see if the stuttering is still there. If not, maybe I'll try upgrading again and see if it pops up again.
I'm NOT surprised with the usual and random instabilities and variances of these test buildsI'm getting a lot of stuttering in games with this build that I haven't seen since the earlier builds with graphics stack issues. I'm going to roll back to 14279 and see if the stuttering is still there. If not, maybe I'll try upgrading again and see if it pops up again.
No games on this box or in the test build here . This PC doesn't have the stones for it at all with a regular old school stock clock grocery getter AMD K10 Phen. II 845 4 core ( pfffft what AMD passes for four cores anyway ) and HD 6450 mild mannered d/GPU ( in contrast to the real computer here ) with the SB i7 hypertheading 4 Core box w/ a decent much newer 4 GB GTX680 + nvidia game d/GPU here running 10856th2 here that can play most newer games at 1080p ultra including SWBF,COD xx GTA V and Cruise etc. at playable frame rates
Beats the heck out of console slave gaming on my PS3
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I think it was probably related to the fact that dwm.exe was crashing quite a bit in 10295. I'm back on 10279 and dwm seems stable again. Hopefully that bodes well for my gaming.
No dwm.exe crashing here .I think it was probably related to the fact that dwm.exe was crashing quite a bit in 10295. I'm back on 10279 and dwm seems stable again. Hopefully that bodes well for my gaming.
OTOH 10295 is randomly momentarily hanging and I beaming the mouse cursor in the browsers and The W 10 mail client app but it doesn't crash aside from maybe closing the windows 10 runtime mail client and photo app randomly .
OTOH 10586 th2 on the real computer here is a pretty OK at gaming
I've been gaming as well as running VMs, video captures, and quite a few things on each build I toss on the main. The second desktop lacks the games and capturing hardware while FF 45 x64 is the default on everything lately regardless of build number physical and VM alike. I also keep several browsers on the main. FF as well as any other browser can freeze regardless of the version of Windows you are running as well as the build number.
On 10 switched to FF from Waterfox default for some time on 7! Went to WaterFox when IE 8-9-10 fuzzed up too much years back! Seems like a constant battle to keep only browser in use for that one only. Just remember to clean up the cache on any browser you use as the main! That will help a bit keeping it running good.
The spin :blackroseMD1
Huh, I'd never even heard of Waterfox. I'm gonna check it out. Thanks for bringing it up.
"Waterfox is a high performance browser based on the Mozilla platform. Made specifically for 64-Bit systems, Waterfox has one thing in mind: speed. "
It's Basically just a stripped down 64 bit F/F
TBH I doubt there are any longer any advantages using W/F x64 like there arent with Slim Browser or Maxthon anymore in the real world with page loading times or otherwise vs IE 11/Edge /FF or Chrome these days and they all come in 64 bit flavors now anyway and then maybe it isn't as secure either ?
I think that's all maybe old school thinking for older slower CPU and lower RAM configurations and browsers now .
I've tried all them all and more I used to be a browser whore I've rehabilitated from all that now
Speedwise .. Chrome is hard to beat and FF and IE 11 and Edge are all hairsplitting almost or invisible real close
Last edited by blutos cousin; 27 Mar 2016 at 20:27.