Slow when using tryton desktop client

Im using a laptop which has a pentium processor and hdd and a windows 10 os and the client is running very slowly like a 2 minute loading between the right side menu item. Im not using wsl or virtual box for the server and just install using pip and using a python venv feature. The only modules i installed is the sales and stock modules. Is the client really heavy? Or does my laptop just suck

What are you calling “apps”?

Sorry not apps but the side menu items

That’s probably a network issue. Usually firewall or DNS are the problem.

Wait firewall and dsn affects locally accesed tryton server?

Why don’t you try to check your PC process and ram consumpiton. Client it’s very light and fast when you’re working on localhost. Maybe you can try use ip instead of localhost just in case.

I havent tried local ip yet. Is there some config changes i need to do?

Try to have all (trytond, postgresql) to bind, and connect client to this address.

Have you run and clean up tools on your laptop.Like Cleaner or malwarebytes to make sure laptop doesnt have spyware or old temp files files slowing it down? Low hard drive space I think I would start with cleaning the laptop and trying it PM me let me know how it goes. Im a SYS Admin for a living. Thanks TelematicMan

Extended Cleanmgr to delete WinSXS

%SystemRoot%\System32\Cmd.exe /c Cleanmgr /sageset:65535
then run to actaully do the cleanup-across-domain-computers Cleanmgr /sagerun:65535

Another MASSIVE drive space user is the CBS logs located in c:\windows\logs\cbs When a windows update is corrupted for whatever reason, the log files in that folder can eat tens-hundreds of gigs in a week. (I had one user that had 133 GB of CBSPersist log files generated over a month

Hi sorry for the late reply been busy lately.

How safe is that method? Im scared modifying my registries. Is there a way to revert back my action if ever i have applied this fix just in case something goes wrong

If you are using CCleaner it will ask if if you want to back up the registry. I save it on C:\ drive and name CC.reg so it would be easy to restore but so far In the 800+ machines it has never been an issue not to say it couldn’t be though safe then sorry. You can also just use the free version to do a cleanup.

If you are using the Extended clean I posted above that is actually a Windows tool built in and it “knows” what to do and you select what you want to remove. Thanks!