once and awhile when i right click for the context menu it sometimes doesn't show up, now i've deleted things, uninstalled things and generally screwed around with the systems contents to get a faster, more functioning computer. This probably is the reason the context menu is buggy and some file explorer moments are slower, i highly doubt i need a new mouse given i haven't had it that long and right clicking works 90% of the time.
There was a time when i started the pc and before the password login it goes pitch black with the mouse icon, then it loads the screen properly, then once i type the password, i'm greeted with another blank screen, the taskbar glitches into view, thumbnails load the picture on it one at a time, and i have to wait at least 5-10 minutes before firefox decides to show up after clicking it.
for speed i uninstalled some functions of nvidia like 3d vision etc since it's mainly the graphics driver, i don't use it beyond that, but i think i uninstalled one too many as there's now no control panel and no way to update it. i try to scan from the site but says i need to update my java, i can't do this apparently since my firefox is 64-bit and doesn't work with the common java 32 bit version everyone else uses, gave up trying to install that version from the java site.
i have a program called shexview to disable things in the context menu, disabled the view on microsoft things and disabled some 3rd party stuff, i don't think it made a difference but what's interesting is that it says "NVIDIA CPL Context Menu Extension" is missing, i have no idea how to recover or get that, no doubt related to those removed programs but maybe i can get it seperately.
Not sure if related but firefox is slower recently, i really should keep a track of what i'm doing, but i recently refreshed firefox, installing all the addons again. Whenever i add multiple tabs that have videos or pictures, youtube and other video sites stutter, even though in the past this barely affected it.
Is there a way to know if the local disk or other components are on their way out?
Am i making a thread too soon from my last one? I'm not sure if there's a time frame before making another.