Game apps are loading very slow, why?
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Operating System:Windows 7
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This is because of a general slowdown in graphics, and is a common occurrence for any gamer. Basically, your system just can't produce enough Frames Per Second (FPS) to make everything feel nice and smooth.
Anytime graphics lag happens, you'll typically get a reduction in the responsiveness of your controls. Your actions take a fraction longer to be reflected in the graphics on-screen because it takes your system a bit more time to create each new frame of graphics and send it to your monitor.
Get scientific and use the free FRAPS utility to measure your actual framerate.
Launch FRAPS before starting up your game, and look at the FPS figure it provides when you're in the game. Any time that little yellow counter drops below around 25-30 FPS or so, especially in fast-paced games, you're going to feel some amount of graphics lag. If it drops below around 15-20 FPS then you'll really feel it.
If you're getting serious framerate dips, then there are only two solutions.
The first is to customize your game's graphics settings and optimize Windows so that you consistently get higher FPS.
The easiest way to update your drivers and optimize your games is by using GEForce.
You can download it from the below link:
You can try the below troubleshooting steps which will solve your problem.
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