Windows 10: Right Click on Desktop take long time to show up
No, I think you can also access it via control panel. Another extension I saw from the list is NVIDIA control panel, this extension also causes problem so keep an eye on it.
Synaptics Control Panel
seems to be the offending extension for me. Any downside for disabling it?
256GB SSD Corsair
12TB HDD (4x3TB WD Green)
Windows 10 Professional x64 1607
and a TON on software.
Same issue, menu takes forever in latest build to display.
And no clue how to bloody fix this issue, it's driving me insane, since I need this menu a LOT...
Drivers are latest version, tried disable any NVidia part both in Register and in NVidia Control Panel, but no matter what I do, the system's menu is frikken slow.
In Explorer it works normal ON FOLDERS, but once I start to manage my files... that's where things go awkward.
On my desktop it's not even working, it flashes for 1/8th a second and it is gone again...
The further we venture into this Windows 10 farce, the more that starts to fail.
They should have NEVER left Win 7!
Though, Explorer always had serious issues with large data handling....
Even in W7Ult x64.
Maybe they should build a modern Norton Commander, now THAT was a great system tool.
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Cpu: i7 4790k
Main Drive: Kingston Hyperx Fury M.2
Windows 8.1 Pro to Windows 10 pro
Using MediaCreationToolx64 to upgrade
After 6 hours of installing the blue circle proceeded to 10% with 34% copying files.
I wonder am i the only one? I...
I can't quite get a handle on this issue.
Why would having USB drives attached to system increase boot time from 8 seconds to 110 seconds? Never happened on old 560 box, but does on new 3847. Dell says, "That's the way it is". Sounds odd....
I chose to try the upgrade exe file to install Windows 10 update to Windows 8.1. I started at 5PM. It is now 1015 PM and it's at 25%. I don't dare stop it, but have others experienced this?
I forgot to mention that the upgrade is going on to 5 year...