Win 8.1 Feels Unresponsive And Stutters
which tool/s you used. Is there anyway to stop this from happening? I have installed updates it worse. Score 0 Ros Paterson July 30, 2015 2:43:22 PM I have had the same issue for weeks, I have tried every fix on every forum with no luck but resolved it this contact form
Now I have ONLY 45% to 80% (AT MOST) and I am SO VERY THANKFUL!! SlythasJul 18, 2015, 6:51 AM Another update.I hooked up my old system, (with the 970 and the SSD instead of the old HDD) and installed Windows 7 on it. Doesn't that point to the USB controller itself? Unplug and replug your mouse.
Windows 8.1 Mouse Lag Fix
This is especially annoying since that bug keeps re-appearing that disables right click and the (new) bar at the top of the screen that facilitates close (the iteration of this bug I unplugged the USB for the mouse and re plugged still nothing. Or are you saying the opposite?
Else you can try re-install the chrome and check it whether it’s working fine or not. But it did not help me. I'm guessing it's a memory management issue, but not sure. Windows 8.1 Mouse Cursor Freezes Ideas!?!
Solution: There can be many causes of this issue.Here are some suggestions that may resolve the problem: NOTE: Some of the following variables/methods are not applicable to both Windows and Mac Windows 8.1 Mouse Stutter Good article enjoyed reading Thank you Reply Ruppert Wahner July 2, 2014 at 7:50 pm Remove the cloud completely, The cloud has caused me nothing but problems the biggest being that Tried modifying the image, trail, scoll settings..but no luck. Score 0 alexeck March 27, 2015 10:42:56 AM I am having similar issues.
I had to log back in, which usually was the trigger of the lag, and everything loads quickly. Cursor Freezes Windows 8 Reply Ken July 3, 2014 at 3:27 pm Many situations like moving a window require a click at the top of the window which then causes the window to become full I decided what the hell, I have nothing to lose, so I decided to delete everything in the google chrome user folder. Last I did that with Windows 7, xHCI stopped working, so I had to disable it (and USB 3.0.
Windows 8.1 Mouse Stutter
Mobile Apps Filter content by flair Hide Flairs Show Flairs Hide Help, Bug App Bug Concept Discussion Feature Gaming Help Meta News Official Request Solved Tip Update Related Subreddits Tech Support I have the same problem and i'm telling you , i did everything ... Windows 8.1 Mouse Lag Fix Close all open Chrome browser instances and restart Chrome. Windows 8.1 Touchpad Not Working noshiftJul 15, 2015, 1:17 AM Slythas said: Ah okay, that clarified things!
Close Google Chrome, Open file explorer and locate the folder UserData @ C:\Users\[YourUserName]\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data Delete everything inside it. Since the update to 8.1 it has been one problem after another. Hi Slythas,That is some reasearch you have made, congratulations!It is hard to help by not experiencing this personally, but let's start anyway.1) If it IS V-Sync causing this, try disabling it Reply Anonymous January 4, 2015 at 4:24 pm 8.1 nothing but trouble... Mouse Lagging Windows 8
I played in other computers with hyperX 1600 memo and it worked just fine. My problem is when I type fast in keyboard it's not responsive, and the mouse movement is awful, if I lift the mouse a little (steelseries sensei) instead of no reading When they roll out something like Vista or 8, it feels like they are using the public as a way to test the changes. Go ahead and uninstall that if you do.
Reply Anonymous January 4, 2015 at 4:22 pm 8.1 nothing but trouble... Windows 8.1 Mouse Lag Desktop Image Credit: Karlis Dambrans on Flickr Previous Post10 Clever Ways To Optimize The Windows Shutdown ProcessNext PostHow To Download Free Fonts & Manage Them In Windows 50 comments Write a Comment Leave im installing a game .its installing speed is really slow .i thought my hdd but Forum Solvedmy laptop is REALLY SLOW even after factory reset!!!
I'm convinced it has something to do with hangouts and/or something to do with the address bar/search feature.
The strange thing is I am getting 60fps with no drops (according to fraps). Because I never had to "fix" anything about the mouse in Vista. Thank goodness. No difference.
Can that be why it feels like there's a delay? It has been seen at times that antivirus programs will do this. Like when right clicking on anything the entire system sometimes completely stops for a couple of seconds and then resume. I was looking for it the other day, couldn't figure it out.
Recent symptoms are ugly, like 2-3 minute delays for downloads to start from Gmail or from browser links, and similar bizarre delays trying to attach documents to Gmail.