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Microsoft Defender may slow down PC performance on Windows 10 or 11, an enthusiast suggested a workaround

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The network has information that Microsoft Defender Antivirus can significantly reduce PC performance when running on a system running Windows 10 or 11 with an Intel Core processor from 8th to 11th generation.

Microsoft Defender may slow down PC performance on Windows 10 or 11, an enthusiast suggested a workaround

It is reported that the antivirus sometimes crashes, which causes the application to occupy all seven hardware performance counters. Because of this, the performance of the system as a whole drops.

The problem was found by Kevin Glynn, who created the RealTemp and ThrottleStop utilities. He developed the Counter Control utility, which allows you to reset performance counters, thereby reducing resource consumption. The only alternative is to disable Defender.

Microsoft Defender may slow down PC performance on Windows 10 or 11, an enthusiast suggested a workaround

If the Current Status section of the utility is set to Defender, then you only need to click the Reset Counters button to reset the performance counters. You can also do this automatically – you need to enable the Windows Defender Boost option in the utility, and then the reset will be performed by itself.

Microsoft Defender may slow down PC performance on Windows 10 or 11, an enthusiast suggested a workaround

There is no official fix for Microsoft Defender yet. It’s also unclear if Microsoft is aware of this. Earlier it was reported that Microsoft Defender antivirus was released on iOS and macOS.

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Windows 11 22H2 Big Update Coming This Fall Will Fix PC Slowdown Error Due to sihost.exe Process

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According to the Microsoft Feedback Center database, there is a serious bug in Windows 11 networking that causes increased CPU usage by the sihost.exe process, also known as Shell Infrastructure Host. The increased load on the CPU leads to the fact that the PC starts to “slow down”.

Windows 11 22H2 Big Update Coming This Fall Will Fix PC Slowdown Error Due to sihost.exe Process

Shell Infrastructure Host can use processor resources in excess for various reasons. sihost.exe is a Windows 11 system process, it is involved in the display of the Start menu, taskbar and important graphical elements of the OS interface. For example, transparency effects are indispensable without it. The bug occurs spontaneously and even in freshly installed Windows 11. Users note that trivial copying of files can cause increased CPU usage by the sihost.exe process.

Windows 11 22H2 Big Update Coming This Fall Will Fix PC Slowdown Error Due to sihost.exe Process

Microsoft is naturally aware of the problem. The company has already released a patch for the beta version of Windows 11 under the designation KB5016700. The company says that this minor update “fixes an issue that caused sihost.exe to use a lot of CPU in some cases.” But one thing is a beta version of Windows, and another thing is the final one. The patch that fixes the sihost.exe bug will reportedly be part of the big Windows 11 22H2 update, which is expected to be released in September or October.

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MIUI 13 based on Android 13 has been released for 10 Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones. Among them are Xiaomi Mi 11 and Redmi K40 (Poco F3)

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According to the source, today Xiaomi began distributing firmware with MIUI 13 based on the third beta version of Android 13 for nine smartphones: Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11, Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G, Xiaomi Mi 11 LE (aka Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE), Xiaomi Mi 10S, Xiaomi Civi, MIX 4, Redmi K40 (aka Poco F3) and Redmi Note 10 JE (Japanese market model).

MIUI 13 based on Android 13 has been released for 10 Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones.  Among them are Xiaomi Mi 11 and Redmi K40 (Poco F3)

Update for these models is under the number 22.8.7. The source notes that some models from this list will receive Android 14, but for some (including Xiaomi Civi, Xiaomi Mi 10S and Redmi K40), the update to Android 13 will be the last. However, all these models can still receive both MIUI 13.1 and MIUI 14. As for the final version of Android 13 for these smartphones, it will be released only next year.

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6000 mAh, 10.1-inch screen, thin metal body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 12 for $120. Teclast P30 Air Affordable Tablet Introduced

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6000 mAh 101 inch screen thin metal body 8 megapixel camera and

Teclast P30 Air tablet computer introduced in China. The novelty turned out to be inexpensive – they ask for $ 120 for it (with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory), but at the same time it is equipped with a GPS receiver, an LTE modem and two SIM card slots.

6000 mAh, 10.1-inch screen, thin metal body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 12 for $120.  Teclast P30 Air Affordable Tablet Introduced

Teclast P30 Air is based on the MediaTek Helio P22 single-chip platform with an 8-core processor, and the software platform is Android 12.

6000 mAh, 10.1-inch screen, thin metal body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 12 for $120.  Teclast P30 Air Affordable Tablet Introduced

The tablet is equipped with a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, a microSD card slot, a 5-megapixel front camera and an 8-megapixel main camera, as well as stereo speakers. The thickness of the device is 7.8 mm, the battery capacity is 6000 mAh.

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