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To get a video on this site, you'd have to post it on YouTube and then link it here in the forum, so yes, it can be done, but it requires a bit of work.
Once an upgrade has completed, the OS will still be busy compressing installation files, indexing, etc...there is a lot that goes on in the background for a little while following an upgrade.
- How long has the computer been "on" and running since the upgrade?
- Have you installed any other programs yet (including browsers)?
- Have you run Windows Update?
- Have a look in Task Manager under the Details tab, sort by highest usage to lowest, and see what is using up all the CPU.
You are welcome to take a screenshot of that for us to see. BTW, you can use the SnippingTool.exe to take screenshots and upload them here, under advanced options when posting.
Did you also complete this step I mentioned earlier (below)? Sometimes Fast Startup interferes with things "settling in" initially. For instance, I had one laptop which would BSOD on every startup, recover and then boot into W10. Once I toggled the Fast Startup off and did some turn off/ turn on cycles, that BSOD went away and never returned.
Next, turn off Fast Startup, shutdown the computer and start it up again (NOT a reboot). Do it again once more. If everything seems fine, go ahead and enable Fast Startup again.
Last edited by simrick; 07 Sep 2015 at 18:22.
Reason: added note on Fast Startup