Windows 11 speed slow? Good news! And you have to do absolutely nothing
Windows 11 errors and slow working will be fixed soon. Read what the Windows team said.
No one loves to work with a slow computer. And when it has to do with the new Windows 11, expectations are higher and disappointment deeper. Need for speed, is what everyone wants! Windows 11 slow is an absolute nightmare. But how can you get your Windows 11 slowdown to go away? Answer is simple, just wait a little more! Yes, you don't have to do anything but wait. Why? Windows 11 users can hope for better news as the Windows Development team has hinted that next year, 2022, will be all about focussing on performance.
This comes in the wake of a Reddit user asking, "To me it feels like every classic UI element that got replaced with a UWP XAML version in Windows 10 got slower. This trend has continued into Windows 11, and seems to just be a trait of this new XAML. Is this a high priority issue?"
This time, the Windows Development team responded to the Reddit user, "..wanting to focus some of our UX framework's time on perf in 2022, we also have a dedicated team formed recently to tackle this topic more holistically. So there's multiple things we're collectively doing here to try and make sure we have a good perf story." This signals that performance will be the primary focus for WIndows 11 in 2022.
Issues? Windows 11 have solutions too!
Meanwhile, Windows 11 users reported about the Blue Screen of Death bug (BSOD) and Microsoft Installer failure. The Windows 11 team rolled out a solution and suggested that the users update their drivers for BSOD issue and reinstall or update some of the applications which are troubling them during installation. Recently, Windows 11 released Build 22000.348 (KB5007262) to Windows Insiders in the Beta and released preview channels, which includes all the improvements previously noted, as well as an installer failure solution.
However, problems abound as even these fixes are likely causing other glitches to pop up. So, nothing is being considered, at the moment, as a permanent fix for the errors. But, Windows 11 users are feeling the pinch and they are hoping that Microsoft manages to solve their problems once and for all and that too quickly.
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