Windows 10: PC Lagging very much usually when i make high network traffic
You can try disabling drivers based on that report to see which might have an effect, if any, but that performance is unacceptable.
If you create a disk image of what you have now- or your '7 build- you can always try again sometime, perhaps with a clean install.
But does '10 offer any advantages?
I had my reasons in preparing to move to x64 and a new laptop, using Laplink to transfer programs.
To be honest, in my point of biew it does not offer any advantages. And i had a good opinion about it, i loved it for some time and i told everyone to install them because it rocks but i changed my mind, as after 2 month wasnt as good as in the day in installed, and now this. The win 7 x64 pro on my old laptop run smooth and stable for allmost 2 years without needing a clean install
To me the only advantages are:
- the in-place upgrade repair install (very useful)
- a couple of universal apps- nice GUI
- future compatibility (although I believe I could run '7 on this new laptop)
It needed GUI changes to make it tolerable, and a replacement start menu.
I think things are kind of sorted out. I don't know which one was it, but most of them got to a point where my max DPC for ndsys when high traffic and 1080p playback is around 4 000, and before was like 58 000. Maybe is just for the moment, but i will test it again to see.
So I'm at my wits end on this one. I've searched high and low on just about every forum for a fix to this.
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