Quote: Originally Posted by richc46
Try turning off Anti Virus.
If that does not work, press alt cntrl delete. You will be able to view the task manager. See what is using your memory when you are not running correctly.
+ 1 it could be an app with a memory leak
(A quicker way to bring up the task manager is to either press Ctrl+Shift+Esc or right-click on the task bar and select it from the context menu )
Since it's a fresh installation, it may also be a scheduled task that is kicking in. ie The search indexer