Slow right click with after Windows update

Hi all, I have an annoying problem. He has been doing progressively worse in recent weeks. Since the update to Windows 8.1, I had little other than problems. She added a few features useful, but other than that made things worse in general.

Initially, the problem was barely perceptible at all. I give you right click on a media file and sometimes, perhaps a second longer than usual to bring up the contextual menu. During the last two weeks, he has me longer and longer. Initially, it was mainly only when the right on a multimedia file. I noticed a big change when I tried to rename songs and movies last weekend. When it took 5 seconds to bring up the menu. Since yesterday, who went up to 8 seconds and I also started seeing it when right-clicking on any files, applications or games. Anything really. Another weird thing, every now and then after I right click, he would wait for 8 seconds, the screen would be off almost as if it refreshes and nothing would happen. Sometimes he would even move icons return to their 'default' places before moved me to them. That is an another annoyance. This has NEVER happened before I updated to 8.1.

I have the HP Eny 15-j063ei

8.1 Windows 64-bit

8 GB RAM

1 TB HARD DRIVE

17 - basic 4700MQ 2.4 GHz

740M 2 GB GeForce

I've seen a few people mention when Googling for options, but before I tried something important, that I just wanted to know here if anyone has it or knows how to solve this problem. Brief cool down the laptop everything and starting from scratch.

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Hi Gan_Javi,

I understand that you have a problem with a slow right click on your HP Eny 15-j063ei. I'll try my best to help you with this problem.

Here is a document for troubleshoot slow right click context Menu in Windows 7/8 (the steps will be the same for 8.1), which deal with the problems you are having.

I hope this information can help, please let me know how it goes or if you need further assistance.

Take care and have a nice day!

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