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Windows 10 was great, now running horribly

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#1 ellittle678


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Posted 03 December 2015 - 11:45 AM

PC had Win 10 installed 2 months ago, was running great until last week. It was running insanely slow everything, but it's now using 40% memory when nothing is open. 


I ran the new big update for Win 10, running much faster, internet was doing great. Took it back to it's location and internet is still running slow. It will straight time out in the middle of the loading pages, downloads stop.


I tried different browsers, resetting browsers. Any ideas? Thanks


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Posted 03 December 2015 - 11:57 AM

What do you mean by "took it back to it's location?"  That sounds like another way of saying you rolled back the Fall Upgrade [AKA 1511 or Build 10586] to the version that was giving you trouble before.

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#3 ellittle678

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Posted 03 December 2015 - 02:47 PM

Took it back to the customer's location. I found out the internet issue is when it's going through an IP phone. It's a Yealink SIP-T20 IP phone, but can't find any drivers for it.


Any idea of what I should change for it to work properly with the IP phone? I tried a spare IP phone, same issue. Also tested ethernet cables.

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