Windows 10: Maximizing by double clicking shortcuts of programs take long time Solved

  1.    29 Dec 2015 #1

    Maximizing by double clicking shortcuts of programs take long time


    Previously if I double clicked the shortcuts of Steam, Origin and Uplay while they were running instantly maximized their windows. Now if I double click them it takes a long time before they are maximized as if the computer is reloading them from scratch. I also have GOG Galaxy as a shortcut but it does not happen with that icon. What do you think changed?

    The only thing that IO think might be related is that I disabled indexing of C drive but I later found that it was not a good idea and changed it back to indexing enabled.
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  2.    29 Dec 2015 #2
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