Serious Intel bug affects major cloud providers, and the fix will affect performance

Tom Allen
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Changing the way that the kernel interacts with the user could slow PCs by a third
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Changing the way that the kernel interacts with the user could slow PCs by a third

Slowdowns of 35 per cent have been reported

A serious bug has been discovered that affects multiple generations of Intel CPUs, as well as cloud providers like Amazon and Google - and the fix could cut performance by more than a third. The...

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