Edited by technisol at 1-24-2017 14:19 |
Just checking. My Hi12 runs at 2160x1440 with scaling set at 200% and I'm not having the issues you are. For example, opening a file explorer window takes about 3 seconds from the time I click on the icon, and you report it may take your system 5 times longer... Sounds like something is up, unless you have a lot of CPU cycles doing something else in the Task Manager.
It's not the GPU or the screen resolution unless you have changed or set something I can't think of at the moment. Granted, I don't have a bunch of processes or apps running at once, typically Chrome browser with 3 to 10 tabs open, maybe an app or two in the background. My paging file is set to allow win 10 to manage it, I know some people have reported serious issues if they tried to set it to a self managed value of their own choosing, so that might be something to look at as it's a pretty common thing for old hands to try changing and apparently can lead to a lot of thrashing and CPU cycles being taken up in Win 10?
I also have a Hi8 Pro and I was worried the 1920x1200 screen resolution might slow the Win 10 interface down, but it seems pretty peppy to me, about on a par with the Hi12 -though honestly, I usually have it booted to Android. Neither machine is doing anything in Win 10 that seems slow as far as the Win 10 interface is concerned. Again, I am not usually running anything too intensive on either, probably most demanding would be PhotoShop on the Hi12, but it seems to run well enough by itself.
Best of luck!