Important Windows 7/2008 R2 Performance Rollup Package Is Available


You want to improve performance of your Windows OS but don’t know where to begin? This rollup is a good starter – it might improve the performance of your Windows 7 SP1 PC or Windows 2008 R2 Server!

Every now and than an update/hotfix is released to address potential performance issue with Windows 7 SP1 and/or Windows Server 2008 R2. The good news: 90 of these updates now have been combined in one big rollup packages resolving many SBLS* issues.

The package can be downloaded from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2775511 and a quick summary of the fixes are as follows:

  • Improves the Windows Client Remote File System components. These components include the following:
    • Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV)
    • DFSN client
    • Folder Redirection
    • Offline Files and Folders (CSC)
    • SMB client
    • Redirected Drive Buffering Subsystem (RDB)
    • Multiple UNC Provider (MUP)
  • Improves the SMB Service and TCP protocol components. These improvements work together with other improvements to help improve the overall networking performance on Windows 7 SP1-based and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1-based computers.
  • Improves the processing of Group Policies and Group Policy preferences. The performance of computers is improved after you install this rollup update on Windows 7-based computers that have several Group Policy preferences configured. Additionally, the network load and the domain controller usage may be reduced. We recommend that you install this hotfix rollup on every Windows 7 computer that has Group Policy preferences configured.
  • Improves the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) components to reduce the CPU usage and to improve the repository verification performance.

If you still experience Slow Boot Slow Logon issues, it’s time to take a boot trace using the Windows Performance Recorder.

Good luck!

*Slow Boot Slow Logon


Comments (2)

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