With 0.3.2 Freya on a i7-3537U CPU @ 2.00GHz, and a NVIDIA Corporation GK107M [GeForce GT 740M] (rev a1) (an Asus laptop), my experience was allways having glicthes when I change windows.
Sadly, I tried this: https://www.reddit.com/r/elementaryos/comments/33nbod/if_you_are_having_cursor_issues_andor_visual/ Which nearly broke my system (or so I thought). It got me into a login loop. And I had to boot from a USB disk and undo it.
So, back to the glitches. Which are anoying when I am watching movies, or comics, or just changing windows, scrolling - basically all the normal stuff you do in your computer.
Someone said that with Freya 0.3.1 a wonderful new world would come and all this would be solved and also that this happened with old systems. Graphics issues on elementary OS Freya Atom N550 (GMA3150)
Is an i7 and a GeForce GT 740M old? Is suddenly a linux system supposed to work only if you have the newest hardware available?
Severall users are having this issue. The reddit users seemed to be the only ones that said (with hurrays and flowers) it worked... thank you so much. So sorry to spoil the party, it did not work for me. And I did not feel like creating a reditt account just to spoil their little party.
So sorry for my bitterness today.
Elementary is my favorite OS. it is :D And I will defend it with passion. Nearly broke my PC (took me 3 days to install it - and to get over the grub loop). Now my battery ends a lot quicker than with Windows 8 or 10. My almost brand new Epson printer does not work. Every time my other machine (a PC) is working with the printer, my Elementary OS says proudly "No drivers for your printer" and I love him for that.
But these glitches are too much. Like always: if there is a solution, I'll take it. If there is not, I'll take it as it is.
Life does not suck, with Linux.
Thank you for your time. (With Ubuntu, that I now dislike because of their conections with Amazon and the chinese defense ministry, most of the time I just waited - impatiently - and things got solved in future updates).
Please make this future update in the near future. Hope this is bugging someone who knows code, or is involved in the development of the OS. That would gets things done.
[obviously, I understand that Elementary 1.0 was not released yet. And I am proud to be a supporter at this stage. What I like about the Linux community is this willingness to make amazing software that is truly ours, the user's. So, I do take responsability for it, for the decisions I make, for the effort I put in it. Even if I don't know the first thing about code. I know this is mine, and I cherish the people who made the code, in a transparent way, so that I can trust nothing funny is under the hood. Thank you for that.]