Fixed the bug of slow transfer via SMB in Windows 11
March 14, 2023
|In October last year, Microsoft communicated the existence of a bug in Windows 11 that caused a degradation in the speed of transferring large files using the SMB protocol . In November, then, a preview fix was released , together with a workaround and now the corrective has finally arrived in the stable channel for all users.
KB5022913 update fixes the slow file copy bug
|In the past few hours, in fact, the Redmond giant has made available the update KB5022913 , i.e. the preview package with which the features of Moment 2 were also introduced, going to implement ChatGPT in the application bar, introducing an optimization of the user experience with 2-in-1 devices, simplified control of iPhones and other innovations, together with the corrective in question.
|In fact, the following is read on the support page of the new update .
|This update fixes an issue where transfers from a network to a local drive are slower than expected for some users.
This update fixes an issue where transfers from a network to a local drive are slower than expected for some users.
|We recall that Microsoft had previously stated that the problem consisted of "a decrease in performance when copying large files from a remote computer to a Windows 11 computer or when copying files to a local drive". Over the months, then, many users have even reported a doubling of the times to complete the transfer operations compared to previous releases of the operating system. The problem tended to manifest itself in operations that occurred through the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol, but in some cases it was also encountered when copying files locally.