Solution for Microsoft’s free anti-software Defender reducing CPU performance
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Solution for Microsoft’s free anti-software Defender reducing CPU performance.
Microsoft’s free anti-software Defender rollover reduces the performance of the Core CPU by 6%: the solution is here
Defender is Microsoft’s free anti-virus software, with good performance and anti-virus capabilities, so many people do not install third-party anti-virus software, but recently someone found that there is a problem with Defender, which will affect system performance, and Intel’s Core processor performance will lose 6%.
Taking the i9-10850K running at 5GHz all-core as an example, after turning on Windows Defender, the Cinebench score dropped by about 1000 points, and the performance lost about 6%.
It is reported that users using Intel Core 8th to 11th generation on Windows 10/11 have experienced similar problems, while AMD processors are not affected.
Microsoft has not responded to this bug yet, and the official fix has to wait.
At present, players can either stop the defender software and switch to other anti-virus software, or reset the counter that caused the bug by themselves, but this operation is also very troublesome.
Another method is to download the ThrottleStop 9.5 software and activate the Windows Defender Boost function in the software, so that there is no need to manually reset the counter, the software will automatically reset, reducing the impact of defender on processor performance.
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