According to multiple sources, Microsoft Defender is causing several serious problems for users of the Windows 10 20H2 operating system. Borncity has been watching these issues for almost a month.
Here is a list of Microsoft Defender issues that Borncity has found:
- Very high memory usage;
- Black screen issue after login (delay two minutes or more);
- Word 2016 and later does not open or takes a very long time to open;
- Windows Event Viewer takes a long time to show events (both remote and local).
The high memory usage issue is probably caused by a memory leak bug. The issue is apparently not new, and Microsoft has allegedly already fixed the issue before. The company states that the problem started with build 1.363.177.0. However, the error seems to have returned and it looks like the previous solution could only be a temporary solution.
High memory usage by the Defender Antimalware Service Executable (MsMpEng.exe) process is a fairly common error, and sometimes a temporary solution to reduce memory consumption is to disable real-time protection.
OnePlus Nord received OxygenOS 12 based on Android
After the recent release of the third OxygenOS 12 open beta for OnePlus Nord, the manufacturer has decided to release a stable firmware based on the Android 12 operating system.
Open beta testers will be the first to receive the update, for which OnePlus has published a changelog.
- [Обновлено] Android security patch to 2022.04
- [Исправлено] problem with abnormal touch sounds
- [Исправлено] problem with abnormal boot animation
- [Исправлено] Random issue preventing the “Ok Google” command from working
Also fixed bugs in the screen in certain scenarios when calling, camera freezes when taking photos in portrait mode, abnormal display of thumbnails during continuous shooting, and other errors.
Aya Neo portable consoles introduced with Ryzen 6800U, OLED and Windows OS
Aya Neo has announced Aya Neo Air and Aya Neo 2 handheld game consoles. Aya NeoAir is the first Windows-based handheld console with an OLED screen, while Aya Neo 2 is powered by AMD Ryzen 6800U chipset.
Aya Neo Air is equipped with a modern vibration motor, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a USB-C port and a microSD card slot. It also has RGB lighting and speaker holes on both sides. The Aya Neo Air is very similar to the Nintendo Switch Lite but powerful enough to match the Steam Deck.
Aya Neo is equipped with a 6-inch 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution screen that covers 109% of the NTSC color space. Aya Neo Air is based on the Ryzen 5000 APU. The device weighs about 420 grams.
The Aya Neo Air is available for pre-order now in China, where the device is priced at $647.
The Aya Neo model has a 5.5-inch OLED screen and AMD Ryzen 6800U chipset, which is the first to be used in a handheld game console. There are no details about the device, but it is known that it will be released at the end of the year.
Bloomberg talks about iOS 16 and Apple Watch non-invasive blood glucose monitor
Editor Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has published new information about the iOS 16 operating system, which is due to be announced at Apple’s WWDC developer conference. The event will begin on June 6 this year.
A Bloomberg writer was asked which of Apple’s operating systems he thought would get the most attention at WWDC, and he replied: “As usual, it will probably be iOS. In this case, iOS 16.” Gurman added that he doesn’t expect a “complete redesign” of the operating system, but expects to see what he calls “new ways to interact.” The update, he said, will include “fresh Apple apps.” Gurman said last month that he expects iOS 16 to bring a new updated notification system and new health tracking capabilities.
Earlier leaks have revealed a new “mega-widget” supposedly known internally as InfoShack. This will allow iOS users to create custom widgets. As for watchOS 9, a Bloomberg writer previously mentioned that the blood pressure sensor won’t appear on the Apple Watch until 2024 at the earliest, with users able to get a low power mode and improved scanning for atrial fibrillation (AFib).
There were rumors that a non-invasive blood glucose sensor would appear in the watch. This would save millions of insulin dependent Americans the pain and expense of donating blood before every meal. Currently, this is done by applying a drop of blood to an expensive disposable test strip to obtain a reading of a diabetic’s blood glucose levels. These readings are used to determine the dose of insulin that a diabetic should inject before eating.
However, there are many problems associated with creating such a sensor, and Mark Gurman does not expect Apple to be able to implement such a feature in its watches within a few years.
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