While issues with Windows performance have always existed, they have gradually improved in the years since Windows Vista was released. However, troubleshooting and resolving these issues remains a task that all computer users have to deal with every once in a while. This is often caused by system resources being overwhelmed and failing to keep up with the demand of the software being run.
Modern computers allow users to work simultaneously with a varied number of programs. For example, you can navigate through a lot of websites in your browser while listening to music, working in text editors, and chatting in messengers. Even computers with low physical memory are capable of running several programs at a time, a total allocated memory size of which is larger than the available RAM size.