Microsoft fixing Windows 10 build 2004 bug that somewhat damages SSDs

Posted on Friday, August 28 2020 @ 21:18 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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ExtremeTech reports Microsoft is close to rolling out an update for a bug that could slightly damage your SSD if you're running Windows 10 build 2004:
When Microsoft introduced Windows 10 2004 earlier this year, it shipped an errata that may have shortened your SSD’s longevity depending on how often you reboot your machine. The good news is that a fix is on the way and that the problem shouldn’t have caused too many problems between now and when the update dropped, unless you reboot your PC (and pollute your SSD) much, much more than your typical Windows user.

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