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Windows 8 explorer slow in many-files folder


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sonyu

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The file explorer windows 8 rtm slows / crashes / freezes when I go into folders (eg Downloads) in which there are many files with different extensions. It may be the subject of desktop 2d acceleration? because Microsoft said that Windows 8 hardware accelerated wanted everything.

I tried the Windows 7 explorer (by Tihiy) but have not seen improvements in this regard ..

someone else happens? I also want to say that I have ATI Mobility HD 3430 and still no official drivers for AMD Mobility HD series 2x 3x windows 8 rtm

Any solution?

thanks!!


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Similar problem as this one? Might be a bug.

Impossible to run NT6 without third party fixes.


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Yes, I have the same problem as the one mentioned in the link, but can not find solution or forums with people the same thing happen to him. Have you heard of this on any other link?

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Disable Windows Defender and try again. Do you still have perf issues?
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Yes, I think I solved disabling Windows defender. thanks man

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Defender and MSE DRAMATICALLY slow down Windows, but MS ignores such kind of feedback and issues.
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