I have an Intel I7 in an HP 8300 CMT desktop, an Intel I5 in an HP dv7-4283cl laptop, and Windows 10, 7, and XP Oracle Virtual Machines on the Laptop. If you need specific hardware details, you can look up the HP models I own.
My opinion is that the hardware, the drivers, etc., are not the issue. I had Windows 10 v1803 in each of these environments. I converted to v1809 in all environments and the behavior of Windowblinds 10.65 and 10.71 was the same in each environment. Windowblinds 10.65 was somewhat well behaved in the v1809 Windows environment, with the exception that it wouldn't skin the Edge Browser. Windowblinds 10.71 had more issues with skinning. Once I re-installed v1803 back onto my laptop, and installed 10.65 on it, it worked fine for me.
I still have v1809 on the HP 8300 CMT desktop. Like an idiot, I thought v1809 would be stable. So I deleted the recovery partitions on the laptop and desktop. This means I couldn't roll back to v1803. So I've spent that last couple of days putting v1803 back onto the laptop from scratch. I put Windowsblinds 10.65 on that laptop, and it works fine. As for the desktop, it still has v1809 on it, I'm waiting for our friends at Microsoft to get their act together and release an updated version of Windows 10 that I can update to from v1809...maybe v1810 or even v1812 (like the overture). Reinstalling v1803 (with all the software and customization) is a pain in the posterior.