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Windows 7: Remaining stuff after new build


03 Jan 2012   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)
 
 
Remaining stuff after new build

Hello guys!

So I still have somewhat issues after my new build. You can add a comment about them, say if I should be worried or not. Here they are:

  • The Starcraft 2 desktop icon appears to be hanging when you move it around on the desktop. I think it's when I'm holding the icon above another one, it says 'Open with', that's causing the lag. At first there were no harddisk activity when it started, second there were constant activity. Maybe the icon is just bugged. Note that this is only regarding the Starcraft icon.
  • I have the G15 Logitech keyboard, and it has the feature so you can disable the Windows key for better gaming experience so you won't be dropped out from the game. I tried to see if it was working while I were on a YouTube video, and the video started to lag a few times, just by a few clicks on the Windows key with this feature enabled. Why is that? It stopped after a while, so now I have no problems at all

    Should I be worried or not?

    Thank you!


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