Re: Vista Windows Explorer Left Panel Slowdown
You are lucky.. I get not responding when I delete a shortcut or 1 kb text
Vista is so well written its amazing.. when you empty the recycle bin.. it
it for minutes... then it has a not responding too.. this is a safegaurd in
case you decide to not delete the file while its emptying.. you pull the
plug and you reboot and its there...
microsoft is brilliant
"Ed Gowen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Using Vista Business Edition MSDN-AA on a Dell Latitude D810 Laptop -
> Windows Experience Index: 3.6
> When first booted and logged-on, Windows Explorer launches quickly. After
> some use, starting Windows Explorer takes a long time to populate the left
> panel. The right panel loads quickly but the tree view in the left panel
> takes so long that eventually the windows is marked as "Not Responding".
> takes as long as 60 to 90 seconds but eventually, the left panel populates
> and runs well. Restart or even just Log-off/Log-on restores Windows
> Explorer startup speed but eventually the problem returns.
> The same delay is experienced when downloading a file after the system has
> been up for awhile and the file / save as dialog box is displayed. It
> a long time to be available but eventually it works and the download is
> normal. During the delay there is no significant network, hard drive or
> unusual CPU activity level.
> Software loaded: Office 2003 / Nero 7 Ultra (Scout has already been
> disabled) / Lotus Notes / HyperSnap 6/ Symantec Antivirus Corporate -
> 10.2.0.276 / Visual Studio 2005 (with Vista hotfix), Advanced Vista Codec
> Any suggestions would be welcome,
> Ed Gowen