Windows 10: Concerning Win 10 Pro, a new build, and movement of - or

Discus and support Concerning Win 10 Pro, a new build, and movement of - or in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; 2 months used now: New build by me - build experience: prior - 32 GB RAM (highest rated and approved by ASUS)- Intel i3-7100 - Asus Prime Z270-A - 850... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by RonaldCaple, Jul 8, 2019.

  1. Concerning Win 10 Pro, a new build, and movement of - or


    2 months used now:

    New build by me - build experience: prior - 32 GB RAM (highest rated and approved by ASUS)- Intel i3-7100 - Asus Prime Z270-A - 850 w PS - NVidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti GPU - Licensed Windows 10 Pro


    3 main issues that do not work properly, no matter my study or efforts:


    1. With all other aspects when using "Right Click" Win 10 is OK to almost fast. When I Right wanting to create a new file any place at all (folder, desktop, HD, Flash Drive, etc) it take the system 5 to 7 seconds to bring up the secondary menu to choose New File. The file does pop OK and is ready to rename.


    Why? How can I change this?


    2. This thing has changed my desktop around more times than I can count, as well as deleting a few icons on its own.


    Why? How can I change this?


    4. Though 32 GB RAM, and I play no games, simply do online business and websites for myself. Pages can only be semi quickly loaded if I am not uploading even a common photo, let alone an album or short to moderate length video. If any uploads are active I can really only work in one to 2 windows max (and the 2nd window can take minutes to load (plus vastly slowing down the upload), whereas I need at least 4 to ? most every moment I am online. I was working with an old, original Dell laptop, with only 4 GB RAM, and Win 7 Home. It was Far faster in these mentioned aspects, especially with uploads and browsers opening and working properly


    A. Is this the GPU, or Win 10?

    B. What can I do?


    Thanks all.


    Ronald D

    :)
     
    RonaldCaple, Jul 8, 2019
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  2. Converting from Win 10 Insider Pro Build to regular Win 10 Pro

    Have been a participant in the Win 10 Insider Program, but now wish to convert to the regular public version of Win 10 Pro on this computer. Tried stopping builds, then converting back, but no apparent changes occurred. Any suggestions?
     
    W R Griffin, Jul 8, 2019
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  3. [G70115] Win User
    Updating Win 7 Pro to Win 10 using Build 10586 Question

    I have updated my win 7 Pro to Win 10 using the Build 10586 a while ago, and then I ask my system to go back to my Win 7 Pro.

    I was told that this will allow be to update back to Win 10 for free again.

    Now, time as come for me to update to Win 10 Pro.

    I was thinking of re-installing my original Win 7 Pro with a totally clean install. Will this kill my change of updating back to Win 10 Pro using my Build 10586????

    The reason, I have a problem with my version of Win 7 Pro and I need to re-install it because the old version I have must have an issue where it reboots and restart only after shutting it down for a night.

    Or do you think if I re-install my Win 10 Build 10586, that should be the same as a totally new install???

    I would appreciate any suggestion you can provide!!!!!

    Thank You,

    G
     
    [G70115], Jul 8, 2019
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    BarbaricSoul, Jul 8, 2019
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