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    Angry Slow performance vivobook N580VD fi038t why?

    Hello, I'm Den!
    Most recently, I got a brand new Asus vivobook N580VD fi038t 4k, I transfer to a Windows laptop from MacBook Pro, and if I'm honestly a bit disappointed, I can even say more than disappointed. I do some of 3D graphics and digital drawing, the MacBook was quite suitable for simple drawing, but not for complex 3D graphics work, and besides, it burned out suddenly(his videocard), not so long ago, I used for almost 6 years.

    The new model of Vivobook looks also stylish and modern like a mbp, but that's not the point, fast performance is important to me, and judging by the characteristics I expected more. 16GB of memory and iCore7 do not save the situation, maybe his SSD not very good, like Crucial which i'm used on macbook, i.e. programs with 3D graphics work well, fast render, but simple and ordinary functions make me sad. I mean just dragging a window of File Explorer or resizing them, it all happens with glitches and laggs, the same work in the browser is not so smooth, everything as it jerks is not quite pleasant for the eyes. In general, it may be worth reinstalling the system again or even moving to Windows 7, although probably it will be difficult with the drivers. What do you say?
    I tried to restore the system through the standard tool, but the mud became only worse. Also downloaded fresh version Windows copy from site, and reinstalled, still problem. Really it's all from the screen of 4k? I tried to reduce the resolution to 2048x1152, and no lags and twitching, but the icons and the font are not so readable anymore.

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    Is this with the charger connected or disconnected? Often these laptops are designed to conserve battery so they are slower when running on battery and faster when plugged in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Is this with the charger connected or disconnected? Often these laptops are designed to conserve battery so they are slower when running on battery and faster when plugged in.
    Yeah, ofc is happen when plugged AC power, without charge or become more laggy.

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    Perhaps it's the Windows visual effects settings. Try this tip from Microsoft:
    Quote Originally Posted by Microsoft
    To adjust the visual effects in Windows

    In the search box on the taskbar, type performance, then select Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows.
    In the Performance Options dialog box, on the Visual Effects tab, select Adjust for best performance > Apply.
    Restart your PC and see if that speeds up your PC.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...pc-performance

    You can also try changing to a High Performance power plan:
    https://www.howtogeek.com/240840/sho...an-on-windows/
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    Perhaps it's the Windows visual effects settings. Try this tip from Microsoft:

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...pc-performance

    You can also try changing to a High Performance power plan:
    https://www.howtogeek.com/240840/sho...an-on-windows/
    I'm tired before method with changing performance, it's work, but it's so weird, that such a fairly strong machine is required to change the settings for normal operation. Now I'm with the mobile, tomorrow I will try other solutions. thanks in any case for the support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixelDiesel View Post
    I'm tired before method with changing performance, it's work, but it's so weird, that such a fairly strong machine is required to change the settings for normal operation. Now I'm with the mobile, tomorrow I will try other solutions. thanks in any case for the support.
    This is because everyone wants long battery life so there are a lot of things that slow performance in order to save energy. Unfortunately it seems that these things are sometimes still slowing machines even when plugged in. I do not really understand why though.
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    And so it remains to wait for some updates, though it is unclear from whom? From Intel or Asus?

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    For any component the drivers & firmware on the component manufacturer's site will generally be newer. ASUS does its own testing before posting to the ASUS website. So Intel might have fixes sooner but ASUS will test them with your specific configuration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeromist View Post
    This is because everyone wants long battery life so there are a lot of things that slow performance in order to save energy. Unfortunately it seems that these things are sometimes still slowing machines even when plugged in. I do not really understand why though.

    Oh! Sound's so good and promising, i.e. , I should sit and just wait for the next updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PixelDiesel View Post
    Oh! Sound's so good and promising, i.e. , I should sit and just wait for the next updates?
    I do not work for ASUS so I do not know what is coming. If the "High Performance" setting works then you should use that. When running on battery it will always be slower because hardware manufacturers prioritize battery life over performance.
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