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Microsoft installs Windows 11 memory loss without telling anybody about any problems

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The problem with slowdown of the Windows 11 SSD is rooted in ancient times, because the first reports of this emerged back in the summer of 2021. Microsoft released a fix for this problem in December, but it didn’t completely fix it. The problem was returned in February 2022, but after the release of an earlier patch, the problem seemed to be fixed. Now, it looks like Microsoft has found a solution.

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In March 20, 23 many Windows 11 users started complaining their NVMe SSDs were running far slower than they should. As it turns out, the Moment 2 update to the operating system (sprich KB5023706) contained a bug that caused many SSDs to run a half way slower. And until yesterday’s KB5029263 patch release, Microsoft apparently fixed the SSD issue in Windows 11.

The update notes for the new Windows 11 cumulative update don’t contain any information about the problem, but many previously affected users report their SSDs running at full speed again, although some still report a slow down in performance of their SSDs. Because of the lack of information from Microsoft, users’s suspiciousness is also a result.

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