Windows 10: Applications start, but idle in background instead of showing up
Applications start, but idle in background instead of showing up
So my PC is healthy, updated... Sometimes, every few days, Windows 10 decides it won't launch some applications right away.
So application sits in task manager doing nothing for random amount of time. Usually somewhere between 10-40 minutes and then it starts and works just fine.
This happens with multiple games and applications including Logitech Gaming Software and Origin. It's been happening on my machine for nearly a year, and I can't find any solutions anywhere for this problem.
If you guys have any ideas for painless fix for this bs, it'd be great.
Example of how it looks in task manager. This is in real time so just skip through video:
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