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Windows 7 Color scheme error

I have a user that keeps getting this on his computer. "Do you want to change color scheme to improve performance?". has anyone sees this before? Thank you.
Windows 7

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David Johnson, CD

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Hi im guessing the system may be low on resources. some good suggestions here but beware if you make any changes as it may mask the issue

http://superuser.com/questions/314570/disable-do-you-want-to-change-the-color-scheme-to-improve-performance-warning
John

I have not seen colour choice impact performance in any version of Windows.

First, run System File Checker on that system. Run SFC /SCANNOW and allow to complete. Run again if errors remained the first time. Restart the computer.

Now go to System Properties (Control Panel), Advanced Tab and click on Settings. Select Let Windows choose what is best.

Now restart and test for the problem above.

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John

Windows 7 is entirely different than XP with respect to Performance settings. Let Windows decide works great on Windows 7, poorly on XP.

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David Johnson, CD

When a machine is low on resources having windows kick out AERO and go to a classic interface can free up some badly needed resources. Many causes solution is to investigate the cause (lack of memory, is the prime cause).. The cause may only be transient or it may indicate a program that is not returning memory space to the system (aka a memory leak).. Again it is something that can be safely ignored or you can investigate and fix the problem