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3.1 Very laggy - Frustrated and might change

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I am not going to search the whole forum for similar topics as I am very frustrated with the performanece of 3,1

 

I use win 10 on a i7 laptop - always update everything and have been happy with Cura all the time but now it is a pain in the ..... waiting when changing parameters or starting up , just everything is laggy. I can not live with this and might just go to the dark side if nothing is done quick

 

Any news on these issues?

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Well, we don't quite know what's causing it, as it doesn't happen on our testing machines. We did make some progress, but it's a bit like shooting in the dark for us.

 

The 3.2 release (which is in beta now) mostly focused on a number of new features and drastically improving boot up (Which is now 3x as fast).

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