Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Microsoft improves Windows 7 performance with latest updates

Windows 7 remains the top choice for Windows users with nearly 46% of market share. So every month the updates are delivered to millions of people running the OS. Microsoft has used the patch tuesday to deliver performance improvements to Windows 7. You can expect a nominal speed boost but not a drastic one.

The KB2830477 update for Windows 7 is available in multiple languages and comprises three different fixes supposed to “improve the Windows 7 experience,” as Microsoft claims.
“These updates (*.msu) provide a collection of performance and reliability improvements that are designed to improve the Windows 7 experience. We recommend that you apply all of these updates as part of your regular maintenance routines. Failure to install all of the packages listed above could leave your machine in an untested state,” it noted.

It's good to see Microsoft taking care of the previous generation OS while they are promoting their newest OS, Windows 8.1.

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