Laptop performance degraded after Windows 10 v1903 Update

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    Laptop performance degraded after Windows 10 v1903 Update

    I updated my laptop to Windows 10 v1903 a week ago. After that, the performance of my system slowly started to degrade, browsers would lag, video players would lag quite a lot, windows explorer is also slow. Yesterday, I installed a clean copy of Windows 10 v1809 (because the problems started after the v1903 update and it was running very well on the v1809) on my laptop, installed all the drivers, and updated the windows to latest and I still suffer from the same performance issues. I also ran a Windows Performance Recorder and the result of that test is uploaded to OneDrive and here's the link:!Ag5mTctbb9iIhld7HS7-Ru2Lcs8W?e=nJYSga

    The specs of my laptop are:
    Core i5 - 8250U
    NVIDIA Geforce MX150 (2 GB)
    8 GB RAM
    1 TB HDD
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    The problem wouldnt be 1903 but onedrive and it would be temporary it seems its uploading all one drive to the cloud to free up disk space on the pc and once done everything would be ok
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    I haven't even signed in on onedrive.
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  4.    #4

    If you don't use OneDrive, disable it.
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