Yes, but look at your disk activity.
Are you low on storage?
Is your disk severly fragmented?
WHat other background tasks do you have running?
What anti-virus do you have?
What version of windows 10? 1909?
I think your problem is not with the processor, but with your system maintenance.
I think your PC needs a good cleaning. You can use start, settings, system, storage, and clean the temp files. If you have anything in your download folder you want to keep, save them before the clean. I would also remove 3rd party anti-virus programs and use only Windows Defender. Also, check your start programs. Look in the task manager startup tab, and disable the ones you do not need. Or, uninstall them. Then, I would uninstall programs that are not needed.
We could spend quite a bit of time discussing this, and there are plenty of places on the web that can help you cleanup your machine. DO NOT USE ANY REGISTRY CLEANERS.
After you are done, defragment your HDD.