Don’t update: New Windows 11 update slows WiFi connection and SSDs!

Don't update: New Windows 11 update slows WiFi connection and SSDs!

In the news that Recently released And the subject does not surprise anyone at all. It is said that the Windows 11 update has caused major problems for some of those who have downloaded and installed it. Reported problems include a drastic drop in SSD speed (more than half), Blue screen of death And the programs are not working properly!

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An update that had more problems than benefits

Update KB5023706 For Windows 11 22H2, codenamed Moment 2, it brings improvements, fixes and not-so-specific features to this Microsoft operating system, things like a search bar in Task Manager and an optimized taskbar for tablets. Of course, unfortunately, along with these minor updates, there are also problems in the operation of the operating system, which we will discuss further.

The most significant problem with the update is its effect on certain SSDs, with some reports claiming that the speed of these drives has been cut in half or even more. So far, more than one user has said that this update performance SSD laptop Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB has reduced them. The problem seems to be limited to this model of Adata SSD. A Reddit user also mentioned that their boot time also more than doubled to 31 seconds after installing the update, but luckily it went back to normal after removing KB5023706.

Windows 11 update problems

In a statement regarding this problem, Microsoft stated that SSD slowdown is one of the known update issues. The following is also stated:

“Copying multi-gigabyte (GB) files may take longer than expected to complete in Windows 11, version 22H2. You are likely to experience this problem when copying files in Windows 11, version 22H2 from a network share via Server Message Block (SMB), but local file copying may also be affected. Windows devices that consumers use in their homes or small offices are unlikely to be affected by this issue.”

Microsoft says that those who experience this problem can mitigate it by using file copy tools that do not use the cache (I/O buffer) manager. It also released two “built-in” command-line tools that can be used as a workaround until an official fix is ​​released:

  • robocopy \someserversomeshare c:somefolder somefile.img /J
  • xcopy \someserversomeshare c:somefolder /J

But unfortunately, SSD speed reduction is not the only problem caused by this update. Some people have noticed that they also get errors when downloading or installing Moment 2. There are also reports of users experiencing constant blue screen of death, crashing apps, and slow WiFi connections after installing the update.

Windows 11 update problems

Uninstalling the latest Windows 11 update is the best solution for these problems

If you’re experiencing any of these issues, your best bet is to uninstall the update until Microsoft fixes these bugs. As is often the case with these things, it seems that only a small number of users are experiencing the problem. Fortunately, Microsoft has reacted to it and is trying to fix it as soon as possible.

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