posted on Feb, 7 2018 @ 10:45 AM
a reply to: Macenroe82
You might compare your system specs with the requirements.
Requirements are subject to change based on software updates and much of the time, companies don't bother listing updated specs. If they were honest
about that sorta thing, much of the time, patches tend to require more and more resources from your system.
If you're very close to the threshold of the system requirements, it could be the issue. Requirements are lower than system recommendations.
Requirements are minimal specs needed for no loss of performance but there are other factors that could cause issues.
- Hard drive fragmentation
- Hard drive space
- Temp files
- Active software or processes running in the background will always pull away from available resources.
etc etc etc
Of course I'm explaining this like you don't already know. I deal with a lot of people that don't so if you do.. It's just habit and likely already
obvious to you. If it is... take it with a grain of salt. In the end, it's the thought that counts
edit on 7-2-2018 by StallionDuck because: (no reason given)