Best Answer Morten , 28 November 2014 - 13:56
Just a thought, PeterPan1973:
You wouldn't happen to have the Power Saving option turned on in Windows, would you?
That would limit all applications in terms of how much resources they can take advantage of to, of course, save power consumption.
You can find out by going to Control Panel -> Power Options, make sure the "Power Saver"-option is not checked, and that you're either running on "Balanced" or "High Performance".
If "Balanced" is the one enabled, try using "High Performance", found by clicking the "Show additional plans" button below the "Power Saver"-option, to see if this resolves the issue.Go to the full post