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User profile: rawalanche
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#8 - rawalanche
Yes, I found that out already myself. About explorer - when CFG is enabled, there's visible jerkiness/lagginess in ...
Yes, I found that out already myself. About explorer - when CFG is enabled, there's visible jerkiness/lagginess in maximize/minimize/restore animations as well as scrolling lag ...
Yes, I found that out already myself. About explorer - when CFG is enabled, there's visible jerkiness/lagginess in maximize/minimize/restore animations as well as scrolling lag when browsing folders with large amount of pictures. I do not ...
#6 - rawalanche
The little benefit of added security (this particular exploit patch is targeted to very specific malware types) meant I ...
The little benefit of added security (this particular exploit patch is targeted to very specific malware types) meant I was not able to use some of my software I used on daily ...
The little benefit of added security (this particular exploit patch is targeted to very specific malware types) meant I was not able to use some of my software I used on daily basis to make living. 3ds Max for example would run at terrible ...
#1 - rawalanche
Hi, ever since FCU update, I've been experiencing general slowness and lagginess of Windows, even in trivial things ...
Hi, ever since FCU update, I've been experiencing general slowness and lagginess of Windows, even in trivial things, like maximizing/restoring Explorer window, as well as some ...
Hi, ever since FCU update, I've been experiencing general slowness and lagginess of Windows, even in trivial things, like maximizing/restoring Explorer window, as well as some extreme performance regressions in professional software, such ...
#18 - rawalanche
Not sure what exactly you mean? Albums somehow decrease Photos' performance, or...? ...
Not sure what exactly you mean? Albums somehow decrease Photos' performance, or...? ...
Not sure what exactly you mean? Albums somehow decrease Photos' performance, or...? ...
#16 - rawalanche
I am really sorry it does not work you. It definitely works for me. I've even made a video to show you I am not kidding ...
I am really sorry it does not work you. It definitely works for me. I've even made a video to show you I am not kidding, here: Windows 10 Creators Update slow explorer thumbnail ...
I am really sorry it does not work you. It definitely works for me. I've even made a video to show you I am not kidding, here: Windows 10 Creators Update slow explorer thumbnail loading fix - YouTube It really makes a big difference in my ...
#14 - rawalanche
I tried to delete thumbnail cache via the cleanup too, didn't help. Color profile may help a little, but what definitely ...
I tried to delete thumbnail cache via the cleanup too, didn't help. Color profile may help a little, but what definitely helped to me was setting default app for image file formats ...
I tried to delete thumbnail cache via the cleanup too, didn't help. Color profile may help a little, but what definitely helped to me was setting default app for image file formats to be old Windows Photo Viewer instead of the modern Photos ...
#12 - rawalanche
Aaaaaaaaaand it's solved! Of course, it's Microsoft's shitty "Photos" modern app, which has probably some callback ...
Aaaaaaaaaand it's solved! Of course, it's Microsoft's shitty "Photos" modern app, which has probably some callback occurring every time thumbnail gets cached, resulting in super ...
Aaaaaaaaaand it's solved! Of course, it's Microsoft's shitty "Photos" modern app, which has probably some callback occurring every time thumbnail gets cached, resulting in super slow caching of them. If you right click, and set default ...
#11 - rawalanche
No, I actually meant not the search speed, but once search finishes. It's just a way for everyone to reproduce the ...
No, I actually meant not the search speed, but once search finishes. It's just a way for everyone to reproduce the problem, even the people who don't have folders with many images ...
No, I actually meant not the search speed, but once search finishes. It's just a way for everyone to reproduce the problem, even the people who don't have folders with many images on their computers. Windows has a lot of image bloatware, so ...
#10 - rawalanche
Hey, so after what clam1952 suggested, I remember one crucial thing. With every large windows update, my Color ...
Hey, so after what clam1952 suggested, I remember one crucial thing. With every large windows update, my Color Management profiles get reset. I always have them set up to sRGB ...
Hey, so after what clam1952 suggested, I remember one crucial thing. With every large windows update, my Color Management profiles get reset. I always have them set up to sRGB IEC61966-2.1, but after milestone windows updates, they get ...
#6 - rawalanche
Go to your windows directory, and in the top right search box of the explorer window, search for *.png. That should give ...
Go to your windows directory, and in the top right search box of the explorer window, search for *.png. That should give you over 2000 image files in one explorer window. Then try ...
Go to your windows directory, and in the top right search box of the explorer window, search for *.png. That should give you over 2000 image files in one explorer window. Then try to scroll through them, and tell me if scrolling is ...
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