Here’s how I fixed the stuttering and lag issue with my Logitech MX Master working with Windows 10 Home and Pro:
- Open up the System screen within the Control Panel (keyboard shortcut: Win+Pause/Break)
- Open Device Manager from the list of links on the left panel
- Expand the Network adapters section to list your network adapters (e.g. WiFi, Bluetooth, VPN, etc.)
- Double click your WiFi network adapter to open the Device Properties dialog (in my case this is a Dell Wireless 1830 802.11ac)
- Switch to the Advanced tab (if you cannot see an Advanced tab then close this dialog and double click the other Network Adapters until you find one that has it)
- Within the Property list select Bluetooth Collaboration
- Change the Value of the dropdown list from Auto to Disabled
- Click OK to save changes
The WiFi network adapter will restart the device so expect to lose network access for a moment before network access is restored. Happy days.
Update 1: Yeah the above helped but didn’t fix it entirely, somehow unticking the Enable pointer shadow option within the Mouse Properties dialog (open Start then type in Mouse) makes a big difference, I do still notice some stutter when copying files or using Google Photos.
Update 2: Uninstalling the Realtek AC’97 software from Add/Remove Software and restarting did wonders on-top of the above steps. No more stutter!