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Things like playing games & using VLC Media Player all work fine. The device I am on is around 7 years old or so. But wouldnt I be having problems with gaming if this was a device issue ? Is something specific causing this ?
 

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Try a Clean Boot. If this works, you can leave it this way. Or you can add one startup item or service at a time, and when the computer starts lagging, you will know what the culprit is.
 

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"Windows 11" is still in Alpha state. So, it may come with a few bugs and features that will not be in the final release. It will not be released to the public until late Fall. and It will be a major upgrade but still be called Windows 10, probably. Being your Hardware is 7 years old, it also may not be compatible. A Clean Boot will do no harm to your system. It stops loading non-essential startup items.
 

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I reformatted & it seems like some of the lag is still around. But at the same time some of the more heavier things like gaming works just fine. Is this a hardware related issue ? Or some type of Windows 10 bug ?
 
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