Windows 10: General sluggishness on i5-4200U processor (laptop, windows 10)

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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.228 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       25 Mar 2018 #21

    Redicebergz said: View Post

    Slicendice, thanks for all your help, I appreciate it a lot :)
    You are very welcome!

    You could try to enable one device at a time and check what changes. You should eventually find the issue.

    And yes, mobile is always mobile, can't really compare to a desktop computer. Desktops are in most cases a lot snappier than any mobile.

    That Acer sounds really cheap to me...wonder what they have saved on in order to achieve that low prices... it might be a low end laptop(poor build quality) with good specs on paper. Be careful when buying those. :)
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  2.    25 Mar 2018 #22

    slicendice said: View Post
    You are very welcome!

    You could try to enable one device at a time and check what changes. You should eventually find the issue.

    And yes, mobile is always mobile, can't really compare to a desktop computer. Desktops are in most cases a lot snappier than any mobile.

    That Acer sounds really cheap to me...wonder what they have saved on in order to achieve that low prices... it might be a low end laptop(poor build quality) with good specs on paper. Be careful when buying those. :)
    Yeah it's basically all plastic. I've done a lot of research into it, reviews are awesome about it, it's an Amazon's choice laptop, and top tech reviewers recommend it as an awesome laptop for the price; although it clearly has some downsides and lacks a lot of stuff since it's only 600 USD. You just gotta really make sure these days to take care of laptops with a case or a bag or something because stuff like this can happen; I'm almost certain my troubles with this laptop stem from bad treatment or lack of protection. It has had screen problems in the past, so I've learned to really take care of my stuff nowadays.
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.228 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       25 Mar 2018 #23

    Redicebergz said: View Post
    Yeah it's basically all plastic. I've done a lot of research into it, reviews are awesome about it, it's an Amazon's choice laptop, and top tech reviewers recommend it as an awesome laptop for the price; although it clearly has some downsides and lacks a lot of stuff since it's only 600 USD. You just gotta really make sure these days to take care of laptops with a case or a bag or something because stuff like this can happen; I'm almost certain my troubles with this laptop stem from bad treatment or lack of protection. It has had screen problems in the past, so I've learned to really take care of my stuff nowadays.
    Great! Yes I believe it is good value for money. The reviews aren't that bad at all. I think you got that one under control.

    I purchased an Asus UX305CA "surfing board"...or I thought it would be only capable of surfing...but it turns out is has more power than I imagined. What I love about it the most is that it's dead silent because it's passive cooled. Very pleased.
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