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A simple change can make Windows 11 faster

There are also third-party tools that you’ve already tried in Windows Vista.

It is quite understandable that if someone does not hurry up to upgrade to Windows 11, the operating system from Microsoft, which was released in October, still suffers from a number of childhood diseases and deficiencies that subsequent updates are intended to address.

a Newer Windows According to a recent report, the file manager may also become faster over time by turning off a previously added feature.

news site write about itIn a thoroughly tested preview, users can now decide whether to require the system-wide integration of documents. It was made part of Windows by Microsoft in 2019, so the File Manager and Search quick access bar already includes cloudy files, which makes the main program slow for many with online connectivity.

However, the screenshot below shows that you’ll be able to turn off the integration in a newer version of Windows 11, but you’ll need to go to the Group Policy Editor (less painful in the Group Policy Editor) by typing “gpedit.msc” in the Start menu search bar .

Source: Windows Latest

Another important information on the site is that according to anonymous but reliable and purportedly documented sources, Microsoft PlanTo add third-party tools to Windows 11 with version 22H2. It may be a coincidence that Deja was attacked, since Windows Vista has been reprimanded so often.”Gadjitji“They knew too, but they didn’t have an undivided success, so Al Redmondion came up with the idea.

If we can believe Newer Windows Assistants, the concept of Windows 8 may return, but the important difference in this case is that, unlike Vista and Windows 7, Windows 11 does not allow us to place our gadgets directly on the desktop, but in a separate panel. We can. Access it by dragging it from the tray.

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