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Windows 10 Slowness issue first login after restart

Hi,

 

We are facing Slowness issue in Windows 10 Clients,

Envoirment Details:

All Clients are Active Directory Client 

Active Directory on windows Server 2008 R2,

3 Addtional Domain Controller on windows server 2012 R2

Kaspersky using for End point protection

 

Issue:

User first login after restart "windows 10" take 4 to 5 mint for stable the desktop no any action perfoam before stable the desktop,

 

Our Troubleshooting:

  1. Checked Login to Local Administrator user (same behaviour faced) 
  2. Checked Login to Domain Administrator  (same behaviour faced)
  3. Disable One Drive in windows Startup services
  4. Disable Windows 10 Un-necessary Background Apps
  5. Disable Windows End Point Antivirus
  6. Installed 3.5 .NET  Frame Work 
  7. Installed Visual C++ Redistributable Packages 
  8. Update Hardware Driver 

Issue Still Persists,

Note:

windows 8 and windows 7 users are working fine

 

2 REPLIES 2
Community Manager

Re: Windows 10 Slowness issue first login after restart

Hi @AseemFaiz ,

 

Seems like you went through the basic troublshooting already.

Have you checked also the Tech Community - https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Windows-10/ct-p/Windows10  ?

That is the best place to find your answer for such scenarios.

Eventually if that does not help, you might consider raising a service request with Support.

 

Hope this helps!
Andra

Microsoft

Re: Windows 10 Slowness issue first login after restart

One option to analyse this is using the Windows Performance Toolkit and doing a boot analysis: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/test/wpt/optimizing-performance-and-responsiveness (+ https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askpfeplat/2013/03/22/troubleshooting-windows-performance-issues-using-the-windows-performance-recorder/)

Also it would be recommended to do a clean boot (Disable all non-Microsoft services: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/29876.how-to-perform-a-clean-boot-in-windows-10.aspx)

I would be careful to disable "unnecessary background apps" - this can actually make it worse. Leave it with the default, this is what has been tested.