New issue found with the KB4559309 update
Microsoft has discharged an ongoing Windows 10 update that switches its Edge internet browser to the new ‘Chromium’ adaptation (regardless of whether you need it to or not), yet it shows up the update is additionally making a few PCs boot all the more gradually.
The Windows 10 KB4559309 update is programmed, and as Windows Most recent reports, a few people are grumbling that in the wake of introducing the update, their PCs are taking more time to boot into Windows 10.
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As though that wasn’t sufficiently irritating, there are additional reports that once the PC boots, it keeps on performing gradually, with applications and website pages taking more time to stack – and games are likewise obviously pursuing more terrible the update.
While this is just influencing a few PCs with the update introduced, we now don’t have the foggiest idea of how far-reaching this issue is – on the off chance that you see your PC is performing more regrettable out of nowhere, verify whether this update is introduced. If it is, that could be the reason.
Step by step instructions to fix the issue
As Windows Most recent clarifies, you can, as a rule, fix issues presented by Windows 10 updates by uninstalling the defective update. Notwithstanding, rather annoyingly, you can’t do that with the KB4559309 update.
Instead, you’ll have to utilize the Framework Reestablish highlight to return your PC to a state before introducing the update. Try not to stress; this shouldn’t mean you lose any documents or information.
To do this, look at our guide on the most proficient method to utilize Framework Reestablish in Windows 10.
We’ve reached Microsoft to see whether it knows about the issue, and if an official fix is being taken a shot at.
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