I provided one of my client with a brand new Lenovo E570 laptop freshly clean-installed with 10 Pro Creators Update.
He is getting this very same issue of the extremely sluggish Selection Tool that other people are having.
But, in this case it is happening on CURRENT hardware.
The laptop has an integrated Intel HD 620 (Kaby Lake GT2) GPU with 24 executions units, OpenGL 4.5 / OpenCL 2.0 support so handling SketchUp should be a piece of cake.
Windows update is out of the equation as it is blocked through Group Policy and Services console.
There are NO individual KB installed on this machine. Just the clean 15063.0 build.
There are NO random GPU driver updates taking place, as I said Windows update is disabled on the machine.
Intel driver version 22.214.171.12471 (installer version 15.46.05.4771) dated 2017-08-13 which is the latest at time of writing, straight from Intel’s support site.
OS : Win 10 Pro x64, version 1703, build 15063.0
GPU : Intel HD Graphics 620 (integrated on i3-7100U)
GPU driver : version 126.96.36.19971
SketchUp : 17.2.2555 (x64)
So this is issue NOT limited to old hardware like the HD 4000.
6 months have passed since the O.P., and still no clear resolution in sight ?
There is clearly something fishy going on between SketchUp and Intel drivers, and possibly Windows.
Has Trimble released an official statement about this problem? I’m not seeing this in the Known Potential Issues thread.
Did Trimble get in touch with Intel and/or Microsoft on this ?
Given how widespread Intel integrated GPUs are I’m surprised this problem is not getting the traction it deserves.