Windows 10: Windows 10 seems slow Solved

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  1.    02 Aug 2015 #21

    Does anyone know how to fix this blank screen... I get it for 1:30.. and i. windows 7 my startup took 20 secs no blank... please help..
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  2.    03 Aug 2015 #22

    I have a HP Dv6 pavillion 2nd gen intel i7 4gb ram runs very smoothly on windows 7, however after the update to windows 10 it has become very slower to the point that i can not open more than 2 windows! I want to stay on windows 10 because it has some features that i really liked so i decided to do a fresh install, however during set up to do a fresh install it warned me that i can not roll back to windows 7 after this fresh install. I am worried that after the fresh install my computer will stay slow. Any suggestions on what to do?? And help will be appreciated
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  3.    03 Aug 2015 #23

    New Dell and W10


    darkschneider94 said: View Post
    Is it me or does windows 10 seem slow to anyone else. its not like i got a ancient laptop its a lenovo t430s got a i7 3520m 2.90ghz with 16 gigs of ram but boy it loads slow and seems to run slow.
    I used my new Dell Small Desktop with Windows 10 for the first time last night. Awful! VERY sluggish. Had a few crashes and it took forever to surf the web. I'll likely return/exchange it with Dell for a Windows 7 machine. Or return it for a Lenovo with W7.

    So it isn't just the upgrade that is slow...it's also on new devices as well.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       03 Aug 2015 #24

    @Nadim nasrallah Just backup everything important into the cloud like Dropbox, and just do the "risk"... Installing Windows and setting up programs takes maybe about 30 minutes... Everything is in the cloud today, it's 2015.... If Win10 is still slow for you, then just re-install Win7 (which will take a bit longer because of all the updates), whats the risk?? Nothing... Also I have upgraded now on three PCs, my desktop a Intel i7 3770 (Ivy Bridge), on my ultrabook, a Asus Zenbook UX31A (i5 3317U), and on my tablet. And Windows 10 on all three systems is the fastest Windows ever, in every discipline I can imagine, boot time, coming on after suspend to ram, multitasking, cpu usage in programs/flash/web Edge and so on... Yes there are some annoying bugs, and yes there is some battery drain issues on tablets, but for a laptop and desktop, Windows 10 is amazing. It also let my ultrabook have a slightly lower cpu temperature while doing the same things I did before on Windows 8.1.
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    WINDOWS 10 TH
       03 Aug 2015 #25

    But it is running cool on my system.
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    Win 10 Professional x64
       03 Aug 2015 #26

    I did a clean install on Sunday....
    After few initial heart stopping moments, I am back on line, working well . Faster than when I was after upgrade (Win 7 to Win 10)
    I now have no option of going back..
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  7.    03 Aug 2015 #27

    @mkdr i have all my data backed up in the cloud but the problem is was what if after the fresh install win 10 was still slow as with many users who have done this? I will have no option of going back to win7. And no i havent backed up my computer while using my previous os so restoring to win7 is not an option.
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  8. Posts : 146
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       03 Aug 2015 #28

    @Nadim nasrallah read my post again, I said, then re-install win7. or dont you have a win7 medium/key!? then get a medium, you should have a key.
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  9.    03 Aug 2015 #29

    I have a pretty slow laptop that came with windows 8 installed. I only use it for browsing the web but I have to admit windows 10 runs really well on it and I have done a few tweaks based on guides from the developer edition that came out 9 months ago.
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  10.    03 Aug 2015 #30

    markweatherill said: View Post
    To me, the UI feels a little 'laggy' now and then. I notice the 'working on it' message for an instant when navigating folders. The Start menu takes a while to appear. Windows 8.1 was never like that!
    Yup, I've noticed the UI is a bit laggy especially the Start menu. I like for it to be snappy like in Windows 7 and prior but it almost feels like it's designed this way to make it look smoother at the cost of it appearing laggy.

    I can still run my games on all high settings and maintain 40 to 60 fps but the Windows start menu is just sort of laggy feeling for me. The first time I loaded into w10 this weekend I swear the first thing that came to my mind after opening the start menu was that I was going to have to go and find another Start menu replacement. I like the design of the W10 start menu but not the laggyness of it.
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