Microsoft confirms slow start-up persistent memory glitch in Windows

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Persistent memory feature is causing slow start-up issues in several Windows versions
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Persistent memory feature is causing slow start-up issues in several Windows versions

Persistent memory is non-volatile RAM that retains its content through power cycles

Microsoft has acknowledged a new bug affecting several versions of Windows causing slow startups on devices configured to use persistent memory (PMem). "After you configure a Windows-based computer...

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