ajua, on 07 March 2013 - 05:58, said:
That's weird. Have you tried to unpin it and pin it again? That's all I can think of right now.
That didn't help. Thanks, though.
StarkWiz, on 07 March 2013 - 06:15, said:
Have you installed all the Microsoft Updates after clean install?
There are bunch of updates (above 500 MB) available from Microsoft which improve performance and stability.
I have all the updates applied and don't see any difference in launching File Explorer in my machine.
It's super quick. I see it as soon as I click.
Yeah, I updated the system as soon as the install finished. I obsessively update
ingramator, on 07 March 2013 - 08:13, said:
I refuse to believe this. If you have disabled all window animations and you are indeed trying to run the same File Explorer from both locations then there should be no difference at all. Try one thing for me though. Hit up CMD and type
and tell us how long that takes to start up.
Entering 'explorer' in the command prompt opens instantly, just like the Jump List entries, hitting windows + E, and shortcut on the start screen. I don't blame you for not believing it. I can assure you, however, that it is happening. It's not a huge deal, so whether or not I find a solution doesn't matter. I made this thread because I, too, see no reason for it and wanted to see if anyone else had heard of a similar issue. I guess not and that's fine.