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Why did moving the mouse cursor cause Windows 95 to run more quickly? - Retrocomputing Stack Exchange
For reasons that are not entirely clear, but probably due to performance problems on low end machines, Windows 95 tends to bundle up the messages about I/O completion and doesn't immediately wake up the application to service them. However, it does wake the application for user input, presumably to keep it feeling responsive, and when the application is awake it will handle any pending I/O messages too.
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7 weeks ago by hthief

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