VERY Slow UI after updating to windows 10
So recently, since i upgraded to the retail version of windows 10 (x64 ), I noticed that whatever i try to use any of the user interface elements in the UE4 Editor everything will slowdown to crawl, If my mouse is not on any UI element the editor goes back to normal speed but anything from hovering A Button or element in the content browser or any of the editor UI Elements makes the engine slowdown a LOT to the point where its almost unuseable Kinda feels like the engine thinks i have alt-tabbed out / minimized the engine window and it slowdowns...
asked Aug 10 '15 at 12:54 PM in Bug Reports
Ok so i think i might have found the source of the issue, cleaning the all of the Windows Notifications from the Notifications Windows before opening the Launcher and the Engine seems to fix the issue, no more tooltip slow downs!
answered Aug 16 '15 at 11:55 AM
For those coming here from google, here's what I did (based on the software conflicts page):
1) Disabled the action (notification) center altogether. I added a 32 bit DWORD key in regedit:
...you can set this to 0 or delete the key if you want your notifications back. This only marginally improved performance. The real fix was:
2) Found Sonic Suite 2 running in my system tray. Right click / Exit. This alleviated all UI-based performance issues for me.
On a related note, it also fixed this:
Shutting down "Sonic Suite 2" solved this as well.
answered Feb 10 '16 at 02:56 AM
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