Slow PC’s user profiles ?

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    We’ve been having a problem with our labs and laptop carts. Computers that various random users use not one specific user. They start to run really slow. If you delete the excess profiles it seems to fix the problem so I found a GP that just deletes them at reboot. So this is more of a curiosity question does anyone know why this would cause them to be slow? We’re talking anywhere from 10-30 profiles none bigger then 100M. And the Hard drives are no where near capacity. Anyway its just a curiosity I thought I’d see if anyone else has seen

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