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Are you still having problems with Avast ?


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No AVAST is no longer a problem but I suspect there is still something wrong - my system every so often experiences a major fps drop and explorer.exe lags or even stops functioning completely now whereas it didn't before


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With windows 10 that does sometime occur and it may be due to windows firewall if you a streaming a game

Another problem may be the way that the system boots

Is this an upgrade windows 10 or a clean install
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An upgrade windows 10


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OK lets now try this and see if that assists with the frame rate

Download the SDK web installer from here
Run the installer and select the following:

Leave the location to default
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Windows Performance Toolkit
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You must reboot on completion of the install

After reboot set aside about 30 minutes when you will not need the computer

To turn UAC off

1.Open User Account Control Settings by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type uac, and then click Change User Account Control settings.
2.Do the following: To turn off UAC, move the slider to the Never notify position, and then click OK.


When ready start an elevated command prompt :

Go Start > All Programs > Accessories
Right click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator

Then copy and paste the following command into the black box :

xbootmgr -trace boot -prepSystem -verboseReadyBoot

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Now your PC will be restarted 6 times. With a two minute pause before the tool runs after the desktop loads
After the second reboot the MS defragmentation program is running and is placing the files into an optimized layout, so that Windows will boot up faster
The last Reboots are training of readyBoot. After the training is finished, you'll notice a huge improvement in startup.

To turn UAC on

1.Open User Account Control Settings by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type uac, and then click Change User Account Control settings.
2.Do the following: To turn on UAC, move the slider to the notify me (default) position, and then click OK.
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Just before I continue with that step is it fine that it is for windows 8 whereas I am running windows 10 64bit? :)


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Yes that will work for windows 7 onwards :)  I have used it on my windows 10 x64


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