The IT industry is growing too fast and the market is becoming extremely unhealthy due to too many cheap and bad quality products in the market and because of Meltdown and Spectre problems and hacks. Meltdown and Spectre are the crazy bugs affecting every computer and device out there. But, at least some big companies are worried about these things and trying to solve and remove these bugs completely from the marketplace and make good quality products so that customers can enjoy a stable experience.
Major Companies like AMD, Intel, and Microsoft must work together in order to remove the problems caused due to Meltdown and Spectre. Instead, the performance and stability of their products are becoming more unstable, which is not good at all. Recently, some AMD computers were rendered unbootable. On the other side, companies like Intel, being one of the top companies in the world of IT marketplace, are giving the worst experience as per recent reports by customers and based on products they have launched.
Intel’s Spectre Variant 2 Mitigation is creating too many problems and is too much unstable, which is causing random reboots, as per a report by some Windows and Microsoft users. This shows that many patches of Intel Mitigation used by Microsoft are now troubling them. They have strictly asked Intel to disable Spectre Variant 2 Mitigation on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
Intel has also reported an issue that a recent update on the microcode address Spectre variant 2 CVE 2017-5715 Branch Target Injection can make your computer reboot unexpectedly and your system might perform an unnecessary task and your data and system has a chance of being attacked and hacked easily. Intel said on January 22nd that they will recommend customers to stop using the newly launched Micro-node version and meanwhile they will update the patches and work on the system bugs that are causing too many problems in the user systems.
Being one of the major companies in the IT industry, we are hoping that they will issue the fix soon and we are hoping few more fixes and updates.