Symptoms in this particularly curious case include a black screen after seeing the classic Windows loading animation, and the freezes to move your mouse around the screen but an inability to do anything else. For some, the bootup time can take in excess of a minute.      

How about just forbidding sleep mode and shut down the Windows 10 every time you leave the desk? Or leave the screen on alone to wear out the battery, not mention the privacy risks? Therefore, you need a root solution to fix the Windows running slow after sleep mode problem. The reason for this might be various like hard drive issues, but it could be attributed to the system instability. After reinstalling the updated version, you should use this system maintenance tool to help you fix the problem.

Neptune SystemCare Ultimate works for Windows 10 PC system maintenance, helping help clear up programs and settings using a large amount of memory, and fix driver issues. Let’s see what it could do for your Windows 10 running slow problem after sleep mode.

One-click PC Checkup

Help you find potential system issues like invalid registry entries, dump files, and privacy risks, remove them and speed up the basic items with one click.

System Clean

In System Cleaner tab, Registry Cleaner is used to scan and repair the registry. You can use Advanced Cleaner to clean and free up more hard disk space and use Common Cleaner as a routine to rid your PC of junk files and broken shortcuts.

System Optimization

You really should take advantage of this section to fix slow running problem. System Optimizer is a comprehensive function to accelerate Startup and Shutdown, stabilize system, speed up system and network. You can choose to tuneup all the items by checking the box Select All at the bottom.

Get restarted and then check if your Windows 10 still running slow after all these.