If you find that your system meets the minimum requirements for your software but still experience slow performance, and the performance indicator is in the red zone even with an empty project, it’s possible that software conflicts or compatibility issues with other programs running on your system could be at play. In such a case, you may want to try closing other programs and running your software in isolation to check if performance improves.
Other potential factors that could affect performance include outdated drivers or firmware, malware or security threats, and hardware limitations. It’s advisable to run system maintenance tasks such as disk cleanup or defragmentation, updating drivers and firmware, and running a virus scan to rule out such factors.
If that doesn’t help, you may consider turning off Windows memory integrity. However, it’s worth noting that this should not be your first solution, as it can make your system more vulnerable to certain types of attacks.
To turn off memory integrity, you can follow these steps:
- Select Start and type “Core Isolation” in the taskbar search.
- Select “Core Isolation” from the list of results to open the Windows Security app.
- On the Core Isolation page, turn off the toggle for Memory Integrity.
- You may need to restart your device for the changes to take effect.
It’s worth noting that disabling memory integrity can potentially make your system more vulnerable to certain types of attacks, so you should weigh the potential benefits against the risks. Additionally, if you are experiencing slow performance in your software, there may be other factors at play, such as insufficient hardware resources or software conflicts.
For more information on optimizing gaming performance in Windows 11, you can check out this link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/options-to-optimize-gaming-performance-in-windows-11-a255f612-2949-4373-a566-ff6f3f474613.