I am using a laptop it is an Acer Aspire
Are you on “Shore Power,” are you plugged into the wall?
Do you have a little light on the top called HD, or Drive or something like that? That used to signify the machine is having to access the hard drive and it was a big deal if it happened too often or suddenly flashed violently for no good reason.
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Do those keys light up, or are they just painted blue?
I’m racking my brain to think of a “five minute event.” I know that’s not exact, that’s just the name I’m giving it. From your analysis, that’s a collection of different errors. Those swoop and flat spots are some system turning on and off. The blobs of grass are actual noises that something is making and it’s not you.
First guess the system is recording your work to the hardware memory and then, when it starts to fill up, calls a halt, blows it all off to the hard drive, and starts over. That could absolutely happen on a five-minute interval, and the problem, of course, is your performance doesn’t stop. There is no “Hang on a second”. We’re watching data collision events.
I don’t think you ever said what the microphone was. It’s separate from the computer, right? Set the computer up for recording from the internal microphone and unplug your existing one (and tell us what it is).
See if it still does it. It’s most important if the problem stops, but it’s almost equally important if it changes. Is it worse? Does it sound different?
And just to cover it, do you use Skype, Zoom, etc? Do you have your machine set for Windows Auto Update?
Windows 10 has three different “start overs.” There’s Restart, Shutdown, and “This time I really mean it” Shift+Shutdown.
Shift+Shutdown cleans out a lot more things than the first two and takes longer. That’s the one to use when you’re having trouble.