When right clicking on the desktop. You can Create a new Folder, Enter the Nvidia Control Panel (and I do often), go to personalize, and something else I do often. "Refresh" I right click and do refresh all the time. I'm not sure it helps anything. It's a bad habit I started in XP.
Basically When I first loaded 7.. it seemed fine. I installed a bunch of drivers, so I'm not sure what one did it. But now when I right click while I'm on the desktop. It takes a solid 3 or so seconds to pop-up.. that is WAY to slow. Vista it was instant.. and Windows 7 was at first also.
Everything else seems speedy. Starting from Shutdown.. opening programs. Everything is pretty speedy. But the right click feature I use often. It's really slow.
does anyone have any idea's or suggestions?
Also, when I right click on Taskbar, or any of the desktop icons, it's super Fast. only the right click on the actual desktop.
Any help would be great. I think I might go back to WHQL Nvidia driver instead of the BETA for 7. that is what I think I'll try first.