Pavel hit the nail on the head with the explanation. Usually, most of your time on an action is spent searching for the object as Ranorex works with live objects. Looking at your path I can spot a potential issue:
The ".//" essentially tells Ranorex to check every parent level object within the application tree of Ranorex Spy and every ancestor of those objects for your path. There is definitely a time and place to use ".//" as it can provide a high level of robustness, but you need to be aware it will likely affect performance. You may test the effects of having ".//" in the front of your RanoreXPath:
 Open Calculator from the Windows Start Menu (Start --> "Calc")
 Track any button using Ranorex Spy
 Add ".//" to the beginning of the path and press enter (Take note of the time it takes to find the button. The more applications / windows you have open, the longer it may take)
 Now try removing the ".//" and press enter (The object should be found much faster)
Again this combination of operators can make your RanoreXPath extremely stable even through application changes but at the cost of speed. The second way you can affect click speed is by adjusting the timeouts within the module:
Mouse.DefaultMoveTime = 300;
Keyboard.DefaultKeyPressTime = 100;
Delay.SpeedFactor = 1.0;
You may also adjust the speed in a recording module by changing the settings.
You could turn these down for more speed but we generally recommend leaving them as is if you want to test more like an average user. If your application under test is heavy and lacks responsiveness, be conservative with these values as it may be too fast for your application to respond to. You could try the default path that Ranorex Spy generated:
You have some pretty cool and powerful options with RanoreXpath (like finding all buttons with one path) and if you would like to learn more about RanoreXPath, I would highly recommend checking out the below links:
https://www.ranorex.com/blog/ranorexpat ... nd-tricks/
I hope this helps!