Microsoft confirmed that the KB4559309 update caused Windows 10 to run slower.

According tomedia mspoweruser reported that the cumulative update KB4559309 released in June, will cause Windows 10 users to slow down the problem, Microsoft has confirmed, and said it will be resolved immediately. Prior to this, some Windows 10 users said that after upgrading the KB4559309 update, the system was very slow, and some users even gave a “huge slow” rating, and this update is actually Microsoft will chromium Edge browser to Windows 10 users.

Microsoft confirmed that the KB4559309 update caused Windows 10 to run slower.

For those who have not yet received the KB4559309 update, simply download the new Edge browser to avoid installation.

If the user who has updated and has a problem, it is temporarily not possible to go to the Control Panel to uninstall the patch to avoid it.

Before that, Microsoft announced that it had expanded the scope of the Windows 10 May update, this time for all devices, including those on PCs that are nearing the end of the service (which will reach the end of service in November).

Microsoft’s Windows 10 May 2020 update brings a number of useful features such as cloud recovery, better memory management, search indexing, and improved multi-monitor settings by displaying driver model (WDDM)2.7. It also adds support for the 10th generation Intel Comet Lake processor and AMD Ryzen 4000 series of chips.