Windows 10: window 11 feel abit slower after full format

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  1. tanyinqin Win User

    window 11 feel abit slower after full format


    My window 11 feel slows after the full format, like loading folder in c:tabbing and window button. windows isn't using alot of my ssd and ram.might be the virus that got trasmitted idk

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    could someone please list the steps they follow to install windows with a dual core processor and windows xp service pack to. I'm reletively new to amd dual core and i feel i'm missing a step. All help will be appreciated. thanx
     
    exodusprime1337, Nov 25, 2022 at 6:15 AM
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  3. Fernandz Win User
    How To Format A Write Protected Flash Memory ?

    ¿You already tried this one?...

    Run CMD


    1. diskpart
    2. list disk

    Then in the 3º step, put the correct number of disk in the list for the usb flash (if it's listed in disk 3, then you'll have to write select disk 3).

    2. select disk #
    3. clean
    4. create partition primary
    5. select partition 1
    6. active
    7. format fs=fat32
    8. assign
    9. exit

    with that commands you will format the flash drive in fat32, if you have a large drive you can select also "format fs=ntfs" in step 7.

    good luck!
     
  4. window 11 feel abit slower after full format

    Slower external drive formatting with Windows 10?

    Hello,



    Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. We are glad to help you.



    Try the below methods and check:

    Method 1: I would suggest you to run “Hardware and Devices” troubleshooter to diagnose the exact issue.

    Follow these steps to run the troubleshooter:


    • Press “Windows key + Q”.

    • Type “Troubleshooting” without quotes in the Search box and hit enter.

    • Select “Hardware and Sound” from the Troubleshooter Window.

    • Select “Hardware and Devices” under Devices option.
    Follow the On Screen instructions.



    Method 2: Update
    the latest driver and check if that helps:

    Follow these steps:


    • Press “Windows Key + X” from the keyboard.

    • Type “device Manager” without quotes in the search box and hit enter.

    • Right click on the driver and select
      “Update”.


    Hope this information helps. Feel free to get back to us for further queries. We will be happy to assist you.



    Thanks and regards,

    Jenith
     
    Jenith_James, Nov 25, 2022 at 6:15 AM
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