Several Techinline users have recently reported slow response-time and poor overall performance when connecting to certain Windows machines. After investigating this issue, we found that the poor performance is attributed to graphic adapters that are integrated into the system’s motherboard. To be more specific, such graphic adapters deliver low performance when the machine’s Windows Visual Settings are configured to Best Appearance.
We’ve found that these performance issues can be resolved by updating Windows System settings on the machine as follows:
1. Open Performance Options by clicking the Start button, then clicking Control Panel, clicking System and Security, clicking System, then selecting Advanced System Settings.
2. Then, click the Performance Options button, and select Adjust for Best Performance
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These settings adjustments have been known to help improve Techinline’s performance. However, if you continue to experience poor response-time, please do not hesitate to contact our support team for further assistance.