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Microsoft does not have a good period when it comes to Windows 10 – the company released a lot of defective updates, and last year the topic of October software and its mistakes continued for the American producer until the end of 2018. Just a few days after the March cumulative update for Windows 10, users report bugs again. The case is related to the update marked as KB4482887 – the patch is supposed to cause performance problems while using the system, as well as crashing during virtual gameplay.

When using the computer in a traditional way and using it for work, Windows 10 after the update causes performance problems: users complain about the short hang-up of the system and the lack of responsiveness when it comes to controlling the mouse. The games have to be much worse.

In older games such as Call of Duty 4 or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, players have problems with games hanging while moving the mouse. The decrease in performance was also noted in the titles of Desitny 2 and Apex Legends. While all games previously operated above 60 frames per second, the situation has changed significantly after the collective update “KB4482887”.

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Microsoft is already lucky to know about this problem and is trying to solve it on a regular basis. The company has updated the site devoted to the new patch and you can actually read there that installing a new version of the software can cause problems with the performance of the graphics card and the computer itself.

How to deal with the whole situation? According to Microsoft, all you need to do is to uninstall the defective patch and restore the computer to its previous state. It is worth mentioning that the update KB4482887 brings to Windows 10 the Retpotline technique from Google, which is to help increase the efficiency of the software to the one we could observe before detecting the vulnerability of Intel processors – Specter v2.

There is nothing else to do but wait for a solution from Microsoft.

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