Seeing that you're new to this community--and it is a very informative place--it's just one of those several annoying, vexing little problems frequently mentioned, and should I say mentioned repeatedly? But that is decidedly the case. My sense is that many are convinced MS is not too worked up over these complaints. After numerous purported "fixes", some notice possible improvement (or never noticed problems), others see no difference at all--just as bad as ever, and a good-sized fraction (1/4?) have more of a problem than before the update. The general advise is do not apply updates automatically, but accept notification updates are available, and install updates once shown to be worthwhile or at least not harmful. This is especially true for firmware updates. Anyway, after significant updates are issued, usually reports start filtering in after a few days to a week. Personally, I prefer to lag behind for a while before installing major changes to the system. I've learned the hard way, "upgrade" is the most fearsome word in computerdom.