Windows is Slower After April 2019 Updates According to Users

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Users are reporting that after installing this week’s Microsoft’s April 2019 Patch Tuesday updates, Windows has suddenly become slow and programs are taking forever to open.

Yesterday, we reported that there is a conflict between the latest Windows updates and Sophos, Avast, and Avira antivirus software that is causing Windows to freeze or updates to not finish installing.

Since then, we have received emails and seen reports from users who have stated that this week’s updates are also causing Windows to become very slow. The reports we have seen have been from users running Windows 7 and Windows 10.

The issues that users are experiencing include Windows taking a long time to start or reboot, unable to start programs,

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