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Google Patch to Block Spectre Slowdown in Windows 10
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12/18/2018 | 6:41:02 AM
Re: Google Patch
Microsoft plans to include the Retpoline patch, a fix developed by Google, in an upcoming version of Windows 10 to prevent slowdown caused by Spectre Variant 2, ZDNet reports. I was also stucked but searched the solution over web also i read too many solution articles but finally got the satisfactory news and found the solution at Pro Accountant Advisor  website. 
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11/5/2018 | 2:59:12 PM
Re: Google Patch
Window 10 is very useful OS which is very useful for fast internet but google patch is the cause of block specter which we get a slowdown in the window. You have provided good tips to deal with this issue or windows error 0x8024200b here you find more solution for this issue
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11/1/2018 | 6:10:40 AM
Google Patch
This patch really covered some of the errors that have been making our life hell for a long time. I have to make sure that the deal will make sure to get things done easily in the win 10. Windows 10 Recovery Media center was behaving hastily and end up being in the loading loop.


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