So after running Linux for a couple of months, I'm back in Windows for some work and suddenly I get this issue, a serious lag on the right and left edges of my dual monitor setup - and it's the exact same on the far right side of the second monitor som here, the left side of my first monitor. I really had no issues with this before, it's completely new. I'm running a pretty new Windows Insider build, though, so worst case scenario, it's something in that.
What I tested so far: Disabling Windows Ink, disabling Windows Touch services, testing older Wacom drivers, testing running one monitor, testing older Nvidia drivers, running the processes on higher priority, etc, but whatever I do there's no difference, I get this lag by the edges. Has anyone seen this kinda crap before? So annoying, and makes me miss Linux like crazy.
Note: I get it doesn't look very bad in the video, but it's bad, the pointer either lags/stops and/or does this weird swirly thing - it's so [hefty expletive] annoying.
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