Is your Windows computer or laptop slow? Here is how you can solve the slow windows from Microsoft‘s recent solution
How you can solve the slow windows from Microsoft‘s recent solution :
Finally, Microsoft has come up with a solution to the problem with Windows’s Defender security application. According to reports, Defender recently noticed a bug that was creating thousands of unnecessary files on the system. As a result, the operating system drive was getting full, as well as the speed of the users’ computer was slowing down. To address this issue, Microsoft has just released a new update, and many user issues have already been resolved.
According to the Neowin portal, many of the Windows users who use the free Microsoft Defender tool have complained that the system hard drive was loaded through the company’s own forum and Reddit two or three days ago. In this case, some users claim that the drive has accumulated a lot of files less than 2 kilobytes in size. According to another report, thousands of files created from the application have filled their hard drive space (Program Data \ Microsoft \ Microsoft Defender \ Scan \ History \ Store folder).
As mentioned at the outset, this storage problem is caused by a persistent or persistent bug that affects version 1.1.18100.5 of the Defender Anti-Malware module. But the good news is that Microsoft yesterday rolled out the latest version of the module (1.1.16100.8) and it has started reaching out to all users.
In this context, I would like to say that those who use Defender but have not checked the system hard drive in recent times should install the new update soon to see if their computer has this problem. Because too many files are stored inside a folder, there is a huge possibility that the whole system will hang or slow down. Even in this case older devices may not be able to handle various operations and the operating system may crash and all data may be deleted.