1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    Got W10, rebooted several times during the process. W10 takes an average 30-35 seconds longer than W8.1 to boot up, and then proceeds to roast my CPU for about 1/2 hr before it settles down, for about 2 mins, then starts roasting it again. During this time, my RAM shoots up to 80% usage.
    Again, I rebooted plenty of times, I feared for my high end HP laptop, so I rolled back to W8.1. I will have to wait until MS has its crap together on this one.
    Anyone else having similar issues?
    08-22-2015 03:08 PM
  2. rhapdog's Avatar
    Windows 10 will spend a good amount of time indexing your system in order to speed things up for you. Once it is complete, it will settle down and run faster than 8.1 ever did.

    Incidentally, a fresh install of 8.1 will do something very similar, just not as thorough, which is why 10 is faster in the end.

    I rebooted mine several times, then let it sit "on" overnight. The next morning everything was fine and it booted faster than 8.1 ever did. I'm happy.
    08-22-2015 08:02 PM

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