Windows 10: Slow Peformance in Firestorm Viewer (Secondlife at times)
Slow Peformance in Firestorm Viewer (Secondlife at times)
So far done the following tasks are
Clean install of Firestorm viewer--Check
sfc /scannow--check, no violations found on last scan
Windows Defender offline scan--check, nothing found
Malwarebytes full scan--check
updated video drivers--check
removed startup programs and games didn't need--check
Disk cleanup ran
(gotta do chkdsk yet, will schedule that and get that done)
Only happens in one area, i'm thinking could be possibly the scripts in the items, but not sure, all I know is it's frustrating, as gets to the point where I can't even type without relogging, then it's fine for a while, Do I just have to live with it? if so I will, also restarted Comcast gateway modem, (am hard wired, 1gb) I think so far I tried everything I could, unless I missed something
just refreshed win 10 pro 64 after boot speeds getting very poor as was performance, on a refresh with all drivers cleanly installed and some needed programs boot is still pits, 67.156, windows boot 17, desktop 50. my specs are:
win 10 pro 64
I use my work laptop as my personal machine. When I logon away from the domain it takes about 3 minutes of the verbose message "waiting for user profile service" before it will show the desktop. Any ideas how to change the time out period...
Not sure what is going on. Not a huge deal because once it is booted up things are snappy.
Only reason I am worried about it mostly is if it is a sign of something else bad.
My 10 Installation on my WD Black drive became corrupted. My backup...
So ever since I got windows 10 the Windows Photo Viewer is insanely slow in opening images. Takes literally like 3-4 seconds til it opens when on Windows7 it used to be instant.
Anyone know how to fix this?
Like many 'builders', I have experienced and heard of numerous issues using the FIRESTORM viewer. after uploading Windows 10.
'settings' revert back to default.
extremely slow frame rates and response times....