Starting in Windows Vista, the OS includes a special technology called "SuperFetch". It was designed to speed up performance on hard disk drives by arranging frequently used app data and components into a contiguous area on the disk which was then preloaded into memory to speed up the loading time of the app. Sometimes it may cause high disk usage so you may want to disable it temporarily or permanently. Here is how it can be done.
A number of users have faced sudden and unusual user interface slowdowns in Windows 10. You will notice that File Explorer opens windows very slowly, and you can see how its window appears bit by bit. It may remind you of issues with graphics drivers, but in this case, that is not the problem. This issue affects users who have installed Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
In Windows 10, you can create a System Performance report to inspect system and app performance issues in a useful way. In the report, you will find the status of your hardware response times and running processes in detail.
Animations in Windows are meant to give you a fast and smooth UI perception however many users prefer a UI that responds instantly without any animation. In this article, we will look at how to improve the responsiveness of Windows 10 by disabling unnecessary animations. With animations disabled, the user interface will feel more faster and responsive.