Windows 10: Very sluggish Logon Screen after reboot or from a Shutdown

Discus and support Very sluggish Logon Screen after reboot or from a Shutdown in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Have you guys noticed that during the Windows 10 logon screen, it is very sluggish at the point were It just has the lock screen background image with... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by win10freak, Sep 9, 2018.

  1. win10freak Win User

    Very sluggish Logon Screen after reboot or from a Shutdown


    Have you guys noticed that during the Windows 10 logon screen, it is very sluggish at the point were It just has the lock screen background image with no password prompt box and then I need to hit enter again to get the password box to reappear. And most of the time, when I enter my password, there is a typing delay and usually it complains that I entered my password incorrectly.

    This is been happening since v1803. Never did it on v1709 or on even v1607.

    It usually improves when I wait at the logon screen for a minute.
    Perhaps maybe I should terminate some background apps or services?
    My system is clean from malware, and its been doing this after a few clean reinstalled.
    Maybe its an update that's doing this lagging or slowness issue at the logon screen.

    However, when I just only lock my screen, its fine, but it only occurs when booting from a shutdown or a reboot.

    :)
     
    win10freak, Sep 9, 2018
    #1
  2. Gerard Qui Win User

    No password prompt at login screen at screen saver...cannot get back without reboot

    Hi,

    This issue may occur if the display logon screen option is disabled on the screen saver settings. We suggest that you follow these steps on how to enable the
    display logon screen option:

    • On Cortana search, type settings.
    • Choose Settings from the list.
    • Click on Personalization, then select on Lock screen at the left pane.
    • Click on Screen saver settings, then put a tick on the
      On resume, display logon screen
      .
    • Click on Apply, then click on OK.

    Feel free to post back if you have other concerns.
     
    Gerard Qui, Sep 9, 2018
    #2
  3. Riel Alc Win User
    PC Sluggish After Waking From Sleep

    Thank you for the update.

    "Could it be that their drivers are not compatible with my current Windows build?" - Yes, there's a possibility that's why you're experiencing some performance issue.

    Another thing, some users have reported that the possible reason why their computers are sluggish is fast startup (enabled by default). We may try disabling the fast startup, then check if the issue will still occur. To do so, please follow the steps below:

    • Open Power Options.
    • Click Choose what the power buttons do.
    • Under Shutdown settings, uncheck Turn on fast startup (recommended).
    • Click Save changes.

    And we also suggest checking the Processes and Performance in Task Manager if you feel your computer is sluggish.

    We would appreciate an update about how it went.
     
    Riel Alc, Sep 9, 2018
    #3
  4. Gina_on_the_thread Win User

    Very sluggish Logon Screen after reboot or from a Shutdown

    Gina_on_the_thread, Sep 9, 2018
    #4
Thema:

Very sluggish Logon Screen after reboot or from a Shutdown