I am a total beginner to Rasberry Pi and Scratch 2.0. Bought a Rasberry Pi 3 to my daughter in Christmas gift and a pre-installed card with Noobs. Installation worked fine, and I also updated to the latest software.
However, now when running Scratch 2.0 on the Pi it has obvious performance issues. I am running really beginners projects following a text book Scratch for Kids, but we cannot follow the examples as they start lagging immediately.
Are there any settings that I can change on the Pi to optimize performance with Scratch 2.0?
Are there any known obvious bugs working with Scratch 2.0 that I can correct?
I was considering if screen resolution could be the problem, (use HDMI to a small tv) but have not managed to change to settings that improve. I use default setting.
Can it be some other application running in the background that takes all the performance. I have tried to open up task manager, and a couple of applications are running, but í believe those are related to wifi and others. I have not started up any other program on the Pi.
Or is simply the Pi to weak for running Scratch 2.0?
Any inputs are most helpful. The intension was to learn the daughter the some first simple steps in coding, and basically only to run scratch on the unit.