If you’re like me you want your computer to respond to your clicks and perform its tasks as quickly as possible.
By default, Windows 10 has several features enabled that are designed to make the user interface look pretty.
For example, have you noticed how menus slide into view instead of just popping immediately onto the screen? Or perhaps you’ve noticed the cute little shadow that is displayed under your mouse pointer?
There are actually well over a dozen of these features that spiff up the user interface in Windows 10, and most of them are enabled by default. Unfortunately, all of those “pretty” features slow your system down by varying degrees.