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My PC is extreamly laggy and at 100% Disk usage after updating to 20h2

So windows was forcing me to update to their new 20H2 and so i did.

After booting the pc, it was really laggy without any apps open and the disk usage was at 80-100% (Windows Moduel Installer). Is there any way to downgrade to the version had?

I have a deacent mashine btw.

 

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What is using your disk according to Resource Monitor while this is happening? (Disk tab > Disk Activity drop down > Organize by Total (B/sec))  Full system specs? This isn't an issue with Windows, its your system, we just need to figure out what the culprit is. 

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1 minute ago, rickeo said:

What is using your disk according to Resource Monitor? Full system specs? This isn't an issue with Windows, its your system, we just need to figure out what the culprit is. 

For some reason now it stopped (disk is at a 0% or 2% at normal), but the animations and dragging a window to the side is laggy as hell.

My specs: Asus H81M-PLUS I5 4590 16gb G.skill RX 570 4gb

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Ok, well that's completely different now. When you open Task Manager is there anything else on the left hand column in the Performance Tab that's showing unusual usage? What is you then click GPU on the left so it shows the expanded graphs. Check this while just sitting at the desktop.

 

Regardless i'm suggesting a DDU wipe of your display drivers and reinstall.

 

https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

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2 minutes ago, rickeo said:

Ok, well that's completely different now. When you open Task Manager is there anything else on the left hand column in the Performance Tab that's showing unusual usage? What is you then click GPU on the left so it shows the expanded graphs. Check this while just sitting at the desktop.

 

Regardless i'm suggesting a DDU wipe of your display drivers and reinstall.

 

https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html

Wow ok... Restarted the pc and everything seem'd to be fine all of the sudden (still thinking it was the gpu for some reason). 

Anyways, thanks for your time rickeo!

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I can't believe I didn't suggest turning it on and off again. 

 

Rookie first step! Glad it's working though.

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