I have a strange issue: When I drag a window on its title bar with the cursor, nothing happens - the window stays there for a while until some time or cursor movement. In other words, there is some delay before anything happens. Afterwards it snaps to the cursor and from then on, they are synced.
Observations: - If I move quickly, there is only a tiny amount of freeze, barely noticable - If I move slowly enough, the window never actually moves until I stop the cursor, then the window snaps to the cursor... - If I click and hold the titlebar for 0.5-1 second, then the cursor flashes briefly and then I can move the window and it's synced pixel perfect.
These are captured here kind of in that order: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNTKZwukiyA
- Happens with all types of windows
- It's a relatively new OS install
- Mouse: Cougar 700M, 1000 Hz poll rate, but tested all the way to 125 Hz.
- Monitor: 144 Hz 1080p
- Windows 10 Pro x64, legit, up to date
- AMD R7 1700 + AMD VEGA 56
- All drivers all up to date
Any idea? Thank you!
Based on suggestions, - Done complete DDU and installing latest GPU drivers. Same issue even after reboot. - Tried having taskmgr up while moving windows to see if there are any spikes but none. - Strangely, while installing the AMD drivers, its custom window did not have that behaviour. It's a semi transparent window that isn't the default Windows style one, and does not have that problem, it moved with the cursor pixel-perfect while all other windows had the problem. Is there a Windows feature that causes it? I did check Snap feature but that's something else