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In the past, we have explained how you can optimize visual effects to improve the performance of your system. Although you can adjust the system so that no content is displayed when dragging and dropping, or you can even disable drag-and-drop, which happens when you notice that drag-and-drop is no longer smooth on your system. We solved this problem yesterday after upgrading to Windows 8.1. During this problem, we found that even if we move the content from here to there, the cursor movement is not as smooth as it should be.
When we faced this problem, we thought it might be a driver problem. So we updated the display adapters, but it made no difference in the situation. This problem is caused by unpleasant frame rate aliasing effects because the monitor refresh rate is lower.
To solve this problem, you can try the following:
Do not drag the windows gently
1 Press the Windows key + R combination, type Regedt32.exe into the Run dialog box and press Enter to open the registry editor (16).
2 Navigate to next location :
3 Right-click the space and select New -> String Value. Name this newly created string C:Windowsexplorer.exe, where C : is essentially the root drive of the system. Double-click the same string to change its value.
4 Set the value data to NoDTTToDToDITMouseBatch. Click OK. You can now close the registry editor (16). Now open the administrative command prompt (16) and insert the following command, followed by the Enter key (16) :
Finally, you should reboot the system and your problem should already be solved.
Hope this helps!
If you notice that your drag-and-drop function does not work on Windows, this message from the forum called Drag & Drop will not help you in Windows Explorer 7. This article explains the drag-and-drop behavior of Windows Explorer, which makes reading interesting!