Massive Windows 10 update could turbo charge Windows 7 machines says Microsoft

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  1. dgstorm

    dgstorm Editor in Chief Staff Member

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    Microsoft releases its first major update to Windows 10 today, bringing performance and stability improvements and some notable new features for business.

    The mammoth patch will be just under 4GB in size for some users and, according to Microsoft, will significantly boost Windows 10's boot times over Windows 7.

    Following this latest update, Microsoft is claiming that Windows 10 machines will start up to 30 percent faster than if they were running Windows 7 - based on figures from a third party report.


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    I can report from my own personal and anecdotal experience that Windows 10 does boot and shut down faster, and applications launch in a heartbeat. I should clarify that this is on my homebuilt desktop, my SP3 has always been quick.
     

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