Windows 10 File Explorer opens slow

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  1. Posts : 157
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
       #11

    Thanks anyway! I guess I will have to disable the fix when I want some performance...
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  2. Posts : 19
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #12

    eXtremeDevil said:
    Sorry to dig up this thread but I'm having the exact same issue. Is not a super slow delay but it is a delay I think it was not there before. I recently performed a clean install. I just deleted all the partitions on the disk (no slow format since it is a SSD).
    This are my specs:
    MB: MSI Z97 GAMING 3 (MS-7918)
    CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K 4.00GHz
    RAM: 16GB (2xG Skill F3-2400C10-8GTX)
    SSD: WD Blue
    OS: Windows 10 Pro
    I've tried with a clean startup and it's still there. Safe mode doesn't seem to have that issue.
    One of the first things I did with the new system was disable some services, tried to optimize the system for the SSD, created a couple of shortcuts in the context menu...
    I think maybe I did something that caused the issue, but I've looking for a while and nothing seems to work.
    Any ideas?
    Thanks!
    Hi, sorry to reply few days late. I have already fixed this issue. I fixed it by reformatting the "system reserved" partition while reinstalling windows. I also recommend reformatting all of the drives during this step.
    Also when I did "clean" install I didn't format "System reserved" partition (500mb) maybe it had some bad files that carried over to the next install, is it possible? I did format main ssd though.
    This turned out to be true, because "System reserved" carries some data over to a new install, in this case corrupted files remained the same even after a fresh reinstall.
    Windows 10 File Explorer opens slow-systemreserved.png
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