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Extensions disabled at every system startup

I understand the only reference I found was one which affects Ubuntu/GNOME shell. However, I am using an Arch desktop, and I have the same issue. I found the workaround here [[1]]. Maybe someone else can confirm why this happens. Jadelord (talk) 21:12, 28 February 2016 (UTC)

Is this issue still happen to you? Could you create a Bug report to tracking this? Thanks. --Fengchao (talk) 05:08, 8 March 2016 (UTC)
From the bug report, the issue is caused by session data corruption. In ubuntu, the corruption is caused by wrong shutdown logic of gnome-setting and it is fixed in version 3.4. Maybe your failure is caused by un-clean shutdown. Could you check if this issue is still happen to you?
The provided workaround is not actual fix so I want to remove such work around.
--Fengchao (talk) 09:38, 21 September 2016 (UTC)

Gnome freezes/stutters under high CPU load

Is there a setting to give mouse or the whole gnome shell higher priority, so that they are not slowed by other programs? At first perf was only down when a virtual machine was running, but now it happens when any demanding app runs.

Feels like DOS where one program can dominate the computer instead of the OS being able to prevent that...

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Fullscreen video slows down apps even when not playing

What's wrong with gnome that my apps slow each other just by being full screen? How can i debug this?

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