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It appears that 'add-ons/toolbars/extensions' are causing issues with the 'default browser' being used in your computer (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome). Browser that are overloaded with these 'add-ons' may show latency in movement (especially when started).
Please refer to the following tutorials to 'disable' the 'add-ons/toolbars' that are not required; and recheck performance:
For Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer - Enable or Disable Toolbars and Extensions Add-ons
For Mozilla Firefox: Disable or remove Add-ons | Firefox Help
For Google Chrome: Manage your extensions - Google Chrome Help
Hope this helps. Do reply with the findings; will take it forward.
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