[QUOTE=Joanne;292848]Thanks for your suggestion but...nah...it's OK, I do not mind
And honestly, I do not even know IF I can do something about this, besides living with it for a few days (or weeks). Right after my desktop appears, my Network connection, so the icon in the task bar, keeps loading and loading and loading... Then, after around 4-5 minutes (!) the rest of the icons appear: the "Get Windows 10", the "GeForce Experience" icon, and the rest. So I don't know IF anything is downloading, I don't know IF the Task Manager will open or not... Some times I can open something, other times I have to wait for it to finish whatever it is doing, and then proceed.
All this in my main OS, Win 7 64 bit Home Premium, clean-installed two months ago, with my (few) regular programs I always use, with absolutely no new program installed during the last month, and when it comes to updates? Whatever Microsoft provides (besides Silverlight). Recently I get only Defender updates, anyway.
What I will do is that I will wait for the Upgrade to 10, and then get the official ISO from MS and clean install 10 on this system. On my other, secondary, SSD I will keep the Technical Preview and continue as an Insider (dual boot). I will clean-install the preview, as well, though, as soon as MS will provide an official (Insider's?) ISO.
I had a problem with a slow start up after updating Geforce Experience to the latest version. found the solution on the Geforce Experience Forum, this update has caused quite a few problems.
- Go into your Services (Task Manager > Services > Open Services or just Search for it)
- Find NVIDIA Streamer Service
- Right Click > Properties
- Change Startup Type to Automatic (Delayed Start) or Disable
If you use Nvidia shield products to stream your PC games, you will have to wait a few minutes until it starts up again after boot or manually start this service to get that functionality back. Only select disable if you do not care for this feature.
Link to forum.