Reply who_cares November 19, 2013 at 10:36 pm # Occasionally I come across a folder that opens very slowly. Internet Speed 15kbs down 4.5kbps up Other Info WEI 7.6 CPU & RAM 7.6 Graphics 7.9 Hard disk 7.7 fseal View Public Profile Find More Posts by fseal 18 Jun 2009 Nothing. In the XP version of Windows Explorer, this was not the case which is why scanning the exact same folder contents and with the same conditions (settings like caching/indexing OFF) in have a peek at this web-site
CPU, memory usage and paging are fine. General Discussion Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums is an independent web Will have to keep an eye out for that one. But for 7100 the problem was WAY worse for some reason.
I can get to folders easily but accessing any file takes the system at least 2 minutes to respond. We invite you to ask questions, share experiences, and learn. Reply Arda November 11, 2013 at 3:28 am # Disabling Windows Search from services.msc worked like a charm in windows 8.1! In the customize tab, you'll find an entry "Optimize this folder for:" with a drop down menu.
Type msconfig and hit ok or enter 3. Navigate to Windows search (you can sort the list in descending alphabetical order) 5. Now will add services in a few at a time to see if I can find the one causing the issues. Windows Explorer Slow To Open Windows 7 Several functions may not work.
I disconnected all usb devices. Navigate to Windows search (you can sort the list in descending alphabetical order) 5. Did we mention that it's free. https://www.tenforums.com/performance-maintenance/15702-file-explorer-slow-never-loading-solution.html We are working to restore service.
Uncheck tickbox 6. Windows Explorer Takes Forever To Load Thanks. Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: PC Specialist custom laptop Cosmos IV OS: Win 10 Pro (1607) CPU: i3 Dual Core Processor i3-6100H Memory: 8GB HyperX IMPACT 1600MHz SODIMM DDR3 Graphics That makes it show nothing but the file system info for each file like ghod intended, no thumbnails, no id3 tag parsing, no jpeg header parsing, just size, date, and name.
Reply Straight Shot March 7, 2016 at 4:35 pm # Follow-up finding: With the following, all disks now display large (or any) folder contents instantly and I can scroll through folder http://www.ghacks.net/2011/06/09/how-to-fix-slow-folders-in-windows-explorer/ The main drive is 250 gig, but I have two smaller (IDE) drives, and it's slow regardless of which drive I'm trying to browse. Windows Explorer Very Slow Windows 10 If indexing is complete, it should have no impact on your performance. Windows 10 Slow Loading Folders You might try the repair install to see if it can help.
As a matter of fact it was difficult for me to access msconfig. Check This Out If it happens again, I will run the suggested steps again. Thank you. System: Gateway FX 7026. Windows 7 Explorer Slow Green Bar
Access the folder in Windows Explorer to see if the change got rid of the lags that you experienced when opening the folder. Suggestions? Makes no sense, right? Source Type msconfig and hit ok or enter 3.
Double click on one, wait about 15 seconds for the green bar... The options in the drop down menu are: "General items", "documents", "pictures", "music", and "videos". Hold Win+r to open run 2. Windows 7 Green Bar Of Death I'll start by outlining the problems that occur.
If better then something is starting at boot that is causing the problem. I really wish tthere was a single place you could just turn that off completely. Even using msconfig to disable services and startup items does nothing - still slow slow slow. have a peek here Thanks guys.
Windows search should back off quickly (stop indexing) almost as soon as you start doing sthg. If you wish to apply the changes to all the folders within that folder, select "Also apply this template to all subfolders" beneath the drop down menu. It only seems to be slow when browsing via Explorer. I unchecked it - it now loads instantly.
Being a dual boat jumped over to Vista 64 Ultimate and there was no problem. 2. Reply senthil Kumar June 23, 2013 at 9:28 pm # Martin my Download folder use to take around 1 minute to open. Eventually I found the service that was causing the problems with file explorer. Step by step guide: 1.
It helped me greatly! :-)Especially, the part "Customize" in "Fixing Slow Folders". Computer Type: PC/Desktop OS: Windows 10 CPU: Intel i7 4770K Motherboard: Asus Z87-Plus Memory: G.Skillz Ripsawz DDR3-1866 16Gb Graphics Card: Asus GTX 780ti Quote GREGi View Profile View Forum Posts Private Switch to the Tools tab and locate Error-checking there. Indexing is turned off, but that didn't make a difference.
Navigate to Windows search (you can sort the list in descending alphabetical order) 5. Everything was either incredibly slow, didn't happen or only partially load. Hang tight! Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on...
You may also want to test to see if the General optimization option fixes the issue, regardless of files in the folder.Malware on the system is another possibility. Please hang tight! Uncheck tickbox 6. Thank you for solving the problem...
The problem was that Win7 was reading all video files in the folder, each time the folder was opened and that slowed displaying the file list to a crawl. Windows 7: Extremely slow performance in Windows Explorer.