Microsoft almost ready with a fix for slowed down NVMe SSDs
An issue with Windows 11 is slowing down certain NVMe SSDs and it has been first spotted months ago when the system was still in beta stage. The problem hasn't been fixed since then and was recently brought to light once again by a number of Reddit users. As a result, Microsoft has finally acknowledged the issue and is already working on a fix.
In fact, the company is actually pretty close to releasing a patch. In a support document, Microsoft outlines the reason behind the slow-downs and it says it's related to the NTFS USN journal and the triggering of unnecessary actions each time a write operation occurs. Interestingly enough, the USN journal is always active on the C: drive.
The Optional Update KB5007262A is supposed to fix this and should be available pretty soon and given how widespread the problem is, it's highly recommended that you install the update, especially if you are running the OS from a speedy NVMe SSD.
Bad because? The problem with people is they want exactly the OS custom fit for them which is impossible. No OS, mobile or desktop, will ever satisfy the requirements of each and every user. All OS has its flaws and drawbacks so live with it. Whining...
- 17 Dec 2021
Yes there is nothing like btrfs for windows. Even apple has apfs which has same capabilities as btrfs
- 13 Dec 2021
That's how programming works 😂
- 13 Dec 2021