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What the heck wouldn't I do with that much money? Is my question.
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This morning my desktop did a fairly major Windows update out of the blue. I don't expect updates so early in the month. Aren't updates supposed to happen on a Tuesday?
I suppose this is the update that Microsoft rushed out to address the design error that apparently exists in Intel chips manufactured in recent years.
I read somewhere that this update will slow machines down by as much as 30 to 50 percent.
Well, subjectively I see absolutely no slowing down in my desktop. Just to check it out (rather subjectively) I created a systems drive image. It took the usual 5 odd minutes that it took two days ago.
What are the experiences of other members after the update, I wonder?
The only real effect of the update I noticed, was 2 GB of junk files left on the systems drive that took forever to clean up.