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⌁ Addresses an issue where closed-caption settings are preserved after upgrade.
⌁ Addresses a reliability issue that may cause Microsoft Edge or other applications to stop responding when you create a new audio endpoint while audio or video playback is starting.
Earlier today, Microsoft released cumulative update KB4100403 that fixes several bugs, including the issues some users reported with Intel and Toshiba solid-state drives (SSDs).
Users reported these issues after updating to the latest version of Windows 10, the April 2018 Update —also known as version 1803.
I've been hoping the Spring 2018 creators update would fix this issue, I guess I'll find out.
was released using 34 nm NAND Flash and came in capacities of 120 GB and 250 GB.
The price and speed of Optane memory is between that of DRAM and NAND.
Prices are 2x-5x that of SSDs at announcement with significantly reduced latency.
Microsoft became aware of the issues after a week and worked with OEMs to halt the deployment of the April 2018 Update to any devices using the affected Intel and Toshiba SSD models [1, 2].
These new drives would either be plugged directly into a compatible PCIe 3.0 x4 slot or into the U.2 connector on the motherboard.
In 2017, Intel launched the 900P series Optane SSDs based on 3D XPoint technology as opposed to NAND flash memory.
Sequential read performance maxes out at 270 MB/s due to the older SATA 3 Gbit/s interface, and sequential write performance varies greatly based on the size of the drive with sequential write performance of the 40 GB model peaking at 45 MB/s and the 600 GB at 220 MB/s.
In February 2012, Intel launched the SSD 520 series solid state drives using the Sand Force SF-2200 controller with sequential read and write speeds of 550 and 520 MB/s respectively with random read and write IOPS as high as 80,000. In late 2015, Intel announced that they were producing their first consumer PCIe-based solid state drive, to be named the 750 series.