I've recently upgraded to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS desktop version. Now, I feel everything runs slowly on my machine. For example, Firefox take 10 to 20 seconds to start up which used to take only 2 to 3 seconds in my previous Ubuntu (v. 20.04 LTS).
So, I decided to reinstall Ubuntu 22.04 by downloading the ISO from ubuntu.com; although everything is still the same. Firefox, terminal and most of the app run slowly. Doesn't matter which application I'm going to run as it's going to take 10 to 30 seconds. It's annoying actually. I don't know whether there is a problem with my machine or Ubuntu's new release. Some other apps that do not run with the same performance level and take too long to start (compared to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS desktop):
- VS Code
I have a core i3 CPU (3.8ghz 2 or 4 cores) + 8 gigabytes of ram (DDR4). I use no GPU and am fine with onboard GPU provided by CPU itself. I've got a solid state drive and an Asus h110 motherboard if that is related.