The Windows 1122H2 defect can slow down the downloading and copying of local files by 40%

The Windows 1122H2 defect can slow down the downloading and copying of local files by 40%

The upgrade to Windows 1122H2 can provide PC users not only with new opportunities, but also with very important problems. Microsoft confirmed rumors that downloading files from a remote computer and even copying local versions can slow down by 40% in this version of the OS.

According to Microsoft's chief programme manager Ned Pyle, independent network informants previously reported it.

As yet, there is no accurate indication of whether copying files is slowing down when downloading from a remote server or primarily about problems of accessing them from a remote PC. It appears that Microsoft does not have accurate information because, according to Pyle, the problem is not the SMB code, and it is not possible to give a precise time frame for the complete resolution of the problem.

Usually, in the reported cases, a deceleration is observed in copying or downloading "hard" files into many gigabytes from a remote machine to a computer, the operating system of which has been upgraded to Windows 112022 Update. It is noteworthy that other Windows versions do not have such a problem.

According to Pyle, a temporary solution could be to copy content using a command line -- a robotopy or a xcopy with a parameter /J. Microsoft representative gave an example of a code:

In this case, it is necessary to set the correct path and name of the file at the site of the primaries.

This is not the first problem with Microsoft software recently. Last week, the company reported a bug as a result of the installation of Windows 1122H2, which may disrupt the functionality of important printer functions using Microsoft IPP Class Driver drivers or Universal Private Class Driver. The upgrade may result in the inability to use expanded printer functions from color to bilateral printing, changes in paper size, paper type, etc.