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P3DV4.2 Bug when 2 Monitors active?

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Problems with frames, possibly a BUG?

When Prepar3Dv4.2 runs as an "active" program, I get about 20 to 40 frames / second.
But if I select another program (set a other window as active) then P3D increases the frames abruptly to 60 to 80 frames / second.
If I click again into the P3D window, the frames are again reduced by half!

Also, there is a problem when I outsource (undock)  a window from the P3D:
This reduces the frames suddenly to the half! If I close the undocked window, or dock this window to P3D,
the number of frames is immediately increased again to double.

Have you ever noticed this behavior?
About a "BUG"?

My system:
MSI Z87G43
16 GB Ram
GeforceGTX1070
I7 4770K
Windows10x64pro

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