Any moderators who read this, I think this would be better in General Support. Thanks.
I have this slight, but annoying problem that occurs every few weeks.
I use Fedora 15 on a computer that is only restarted when this problem occurs.
The computer isn't running 24/7 but does "sleep" after a specified period of time.
After running for about 2 weeks, when I start the computer up everything is fine except for visual movement/rendering.
Fedora 15 has this feature where if you move your mouse to the top-left corner of the screen, all the windows will animate and line up to show all windows at one.
But the problem is that this animation is very jerky and delayed. Any screen movement, i.e. cursor, windows, tying (rendering/updating) seems as if the monitor is running at 10 fps (or low refresh rate) (frames per second) and the response time between me moving my mouse and the mouse actually moving is delayed as sindows (windows) does when you want a trailing/ghosting mouse effect.
So, to sum it up: What program in System Monitor controls the desktop so that I can restart it see if I can cure this jerky, delayed rendering of desktop objects?
P.S. This is also a little feedback to the programmers still working on Fedora 15. May be there is some sort of memory fault when the computer isn't restarted.