Desktop Keyboard Shortcut Keys Very Slow To Respond

Stigg

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This is something that I have only encountered in Windows 11, although I have seen plenty of reports of it occurring in Windows 10.
Here is one such report on Windows 10 Forums. Here is a Super User article.

If I create a Desktop keyboard shortcut key and run it from the keyboard, it takes about 3 seconds to respond. If I double click on that same Desktop shortcut, it opens immediately.
I have tested a few different shortcuts, and it appears that they are all affected.

I haven't found a fix yet. Maybe it's a bug.
Or maybe someone on this forum may know how to fix it. :wink:
 

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Shad0w

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I solved it by renaming it C: \ Windows \ ImmersiveControlPanel \ SystemSettings.exe by SystemSettings.old, entering with a Linux distro. Then when I returned to Windows I could change the name without problems.

The point is that when that file is renamed the configuration center stops working, but if the name is changed to the original it works normally again.

What I did was create a shortcut to change the name that points to a .bat file that I later converted to exe (necessary to run as administrator)

rename C: \ Windows \ ImmersiveControlPanel \ SystemSettings.exe SystemSettings.old

And another shortcur to reset the name

rename C: \ Windows \ ImmersiveControlPanel \ SystemSettings.old SystemSettings.exe

So when I need to use the configuration center I just have to use the shortcut

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