Mouse/Keyboard clicks and typing delayed reaction

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bubbabeanextreme

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I've been having this issue for a few months now. I open my browser and start typing in the address bar and the first half of my search term isn't there. I click to open a new tab, and the new tab opens but about a second or even two later. I've done the usual maintenance routine and there's no change. What could be making this happen ? Note that this doesn't happen every single time.
(C:OS 12og ssd, G: 500g hdd J: is a system partition, K: is a 500g ssd, J: 500g external drive)

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Macboatmaster

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Your one previous topic posted on the day you joined the site 6 March
https://forums.techguy.org/threads/laptop-display-freezing-momentarily-mouse-too.1224039/
was replied to the next day, but no response was received from you.

I do appreciate of course, that the problem you asked for help with then, may have been solved without the advice offered on that topic.
However whilst I am keen to try and help you, my typing of a reply and offering advice, is a waste of my time, if you are not going to respond

As a first approach what browser is this problem with and although you say you have
I've done the usual maintenance routine and there's no change.
I do not of course know what this maintenance was.

Try on the browser launching it in Safe Mode or without add-ons, that is the same effect but the name it is called by is dependant on the browser.
For instance in IE it is without add-ons
Press Windows key + R and then type “iexplore -extoff” without quotes and press ENTER.

Note: There is space after iexplore.

Check if issue persists, if no then add-ons may be causing the error.

In Firefox it is
How to start Firefox in Safe Mode
Click the menu button
, click help
Click the menu button
, click Help and select Restart with Add-ons Disabled…. Firefox will start up with the Firefox Safe Mode dialog.

Note: You can also start Firefox in Safe Mode by holding down the shift key while starting Firefox.
 
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