may 2019 update [1903] is laggy, any solutions to fix this?

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  1. madmax2's Avatar
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       #1

    may 2019 update [1903] is laggy, any solutions to fix this?


    I upgrade to 1903 may 2019 update..

    At first it seems like the system was running well
    but I now notice that it feels really laggy.

    Randomly I would notice lag..
    Like when I press start button it takes long to show the start menu (full screen)
    and when I move mouse I notice it randomly lags.

    Even typing words notice, the words would not appear for a bit before it appears as I type on the screen.

    Not sure if there is some new background processes in the 1903 that is causing this random lag
    or some other cause

    I got
    ssd, 16gb ram
    windows 10 pro
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  2. dalchina's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #2

    Hi, please bear in mind that when updating you get a new set of drivers. It may be you are experiencing a problem with one or more of those. This may relate to the age of your PC or perhaps a fully compatible driver being available via MS.

    Diagnosis could be possible- technical- using the Windows Performance Toolkit which you can download (Tutorial available) which provides detailed graphical representations of activity on your PC.

    Did you upgrade manually - using an iso- which skips all checks MS has put in place?

    Also please check activity shown on your task manager. When your PC is nominally idle is CPU use under 3% and other use near zero?
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  3. madmax2's Avatar
    Posts : 120
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    dalchina said:
    Hi, please bear in mind that when updating you get a new set of drivers. It may be you are experiencing a problem with one or more of those. This may relate to the age of your PC or perhaps a fully compatible driver being available via MS.

    Diagnosis could be possible- technical- using the Windows Performance Toolkit which provides detailed graphical representations of activity on your PC.

    Did you upgrade manually - using an iso- which skips all checks MS has put in place?
    yeah I tried upgrading from my windows usb flash disk (which I created from the iso)
    and tried running setup from within windows from that usb disk
    but windows said I couldn't upgrade yet message..

    So I tried booting from the usb flash and doing the upgrade
    and got some similar about not being able to upgrade yet

    So finally I ran the setup from windows iso
    and was able to upgrade to 1903...

    Anyways after first booting into it
    and running it for a day or two it seem to run as normal

    but now something has happened it is laggy.

    If it was an issue with drivers, then it would have been laggy at the first day or two already
    but only has happen today or so..

    Note:
    I also enabled windows sandbox
    I think i read somewhere that it can cause a performance hit by I think 10 to 20%
    can you confirm it does reduce by that much or not?
    And can this be the reason?
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  4. dalchina's Avatar
    Posts : 24,087
    Win 10 Pro (1903)
       #4

    Thank you for your reply...

    Not necessarily- you may have received driver updates subsequently- see your Update History. Or indeed an update to 1903.

    And you may have installed something during that time.

    Try a clean boot and compare.
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  5. madmax2's Avatar
    Posts : 120
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #5

    dalchina said:
    Thank you for your reply...

    Not necessarily- you may have received driver updates subsequently- see your Update History. Or indeed an update to 1903.

    And you may have installed something during that time.

    Try a clean boot and compare.
    I also enabled windows sandbox
    I think i read somewhere that it can cause a performance hit by some %..
    can you confirm if it can affect performance and is it by much %?
    And can this be the reason?

    how do you do a clean boot?
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  6. Posts : 40
    windows 10
       #6

    i can also confirm that since upgrading 1903 my mouse gets bad lag and sometimes things take a while too open
    win 10 version 1903 Build 18362.145
    just had a new cumulative update come through yesterday 1/6/19
    for some reason i do not get driver updates in my windows update
    i have a dell 3543
    the lag is really noticeable even when nothing heavy duty is running
    all i run is firefox and discord..even when my TV is running on MPC i dont get the lag..it just happens randomly
    wifi mouse n keyboard , logitec mk220
    had issues when i first upgraded to win 10 then it finally stopped
    and was glad to not have the issues anymore but it is now noticable again
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  7. thomaseg1's Avatar
    Posts : 9,344
    Windows 10 Professional (x64) Version 2004 19041.264 & version 2004 build 19635.1
       #7

    Logitech drivers should be updated by windows but often aren't.
    download the newest but don't install the bloatware gaming stuff (Windows handles it better)
    For instance I just downloaded the drivers for k400r keyboard, m570 trackball, and unifying
    drivers.
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  8. Posts : 40
    windows 10
       #8

    ive never had to install any software for mk220 , just plug n go
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  9. madmax2's Avatar
    Posts : 120
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #9

    I've been trying different things to see if anything can be done about the lag.

    For people with slowdowns try turning off Background Apps in settings, seems to help with the lag.

    -Let apps run in the background (off)

    Also uninstall any rarely used Windows Store Apps,
    not that all these apps could be the cause of the problem, but I just noticed I had lots of Windows Store apps that I have not used for a long time since installing it.
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  10. bro67's Avatar
    Posts : 8,169
    Mac OS Catalina
       #10

    1903 is still not ready for prime time for some machines.
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