Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/anirugu/archive/2017/09/03/lenovo-system-interface-is-a-real-bi-in-your-Lenovo.aspx
I am having a Lenovo laptop from last year’s December. The device never perform good as other’s few year old. When I found bluefish like things done by lenovo it’s blow my mind.
Paid for a device and it’s not performing well means loss of investment. In April 2017 I found someone saying on internet “remove the Lenovo system interface and it will perform well”. I remove it from system and it’s performing well.
So Last month I take backup of my system using one key recovery and it done it in 1 hour 30 minutes. Now with it it doesn’t even done it in 10 hours. Yesterday I put my system on backup and it’s have taken 10 hours still it say 5 hours remaining.
So the work that has been done in 1 hours 30 minute take 15 hours with the system interface installed. When you reading on Lenovo forums or the other website why you need it “it’s glue of the software which make drivers work blah blah” but nobody from lenovo accept that this software make the system worst.
What is the meaning of the driver which make the system super slow. What exactly it does. Since Lenovo is involved in putting everyone’s system at risk by installing bloatware like Bluefish how someone can trust that this time lenovo doesn’t put any bad thing in my system.
If you have a lenovo laptop and seeing something like Lenovo.Imcontroller and it’s somehow using all your CPU and Disk resources it’s the part of Lenovo System interface. Try it with removing, it will perform well.
Nobody from lenovo suggest you this. Lenovo is interested in installing 3 dozen bloatware in your system and sell it to you. Lenovo make the money. and now it’s you who got trouble like this. Lenovo doesn’t care. you just spent a money on a brand who doesn’t care anything.
This thing I discovered in my pc has been discovered earlier in 2015 by other and reported on lenovo forums. but Nobody cares. Lenovo doesn’t have fixed issue like this.
They simply don’t care.
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