windows 11 taskbar delay

learn_j 0 Reputation points

The OS of the VM currently being tested with Horizon VDI is Windows 11. When you first connect to a domain account after deployment, it takes about 1 minute and 30 seconds for the taskbar to appear. However, reconnecting takes about 20-30 seconds. In other words, slowness only occurs when connecting for the first time with a domain account. Local login connection also takes about 20-30 seconds. Golden Image is currently set to use only some Windows Store applications. So far, I have tried applying and restarting the registry, which is one of the official Windows solutions (reg delete HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\windows\CurrentVersion\IrisService /f && shutdown -r -t 0), but the problem only occurs on the first connection. That didn't solve the problem. I also tried unchecking the .NETFrameworks setup officially released by VMware, but this also did not solve the problem. Is there any solution? Please process it. You want to use this method to get the most out of your notes. I try to use different methods as much as possible. Also, please check carefully to see if it is a problem with the Windows Store application.

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  1. Ian Xue (Shanghai Wicresoft Co., Ltd.) 27,851 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi learn_j,

    Thanks for your post. Please understand that it is normal for taskbar to appear slowly at the first time login because assigned policies and default user profiles need to be loading and set when login. Also, please try the following methods below.

    1. Confirm that there is not too much default policies assigned to the computer.
    2. Set PC to best Performance

    Press Windows key+R to open Run then copy paste the following: %windir%\system32\SystemPropertiesPerformance.exe Press Enter. Under Visual Effects, select "Adjust for best performance" Click Apply then Hit Ok Note: You'll notice that this will reduce appearance on your system but will greatly improve the performance of your computer.

    1. Perform a Clean Boot Determine whether a background program or a software conflict is causing the issue.

    Press Windows key+R to open Run then type: msconfig Select System Configuration > go to the Services tab. Select and make sure to put a check mark on "Hide all Microsoft services" Click Disable all. Go to Startup tab > Open Task Manager > Disable all the unnecessary services running there. Restart your computer.

    Please check the support article at the link below for more details.

    Best Regards,

    Ian Xue

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