Follow Aroged, this issue has been covered for a while. This information comes thanks to the popular performance testing application CrystalDiskMark and AS-SSD.
Difference between NVMe SSD drive performance on Windows 10 (left) vs Windows 11
These applications show that Windows 11 speeds can become much slower when using an NVMe SSD, where the issue specifically affects write performance. However, the other averages remain unaffected. In many cases, the total score difference is significant.
It is not yet clear what caused this problem. However, there have been some theories from the community that it has something to do with Windows 11’s virtualization-based security system. Even so, a recent discovery suggests the problem is related to the drive containing the copy. install Windows 11. If the test is run on a secondary drive, the value is similar to what the user gets with Windows 10.
A recent report revealed that Microsoft seems to be preparing to release a latest update for Windows 11, build 22000.348 that promises to slightly improve the speed on SSDs. However, it is possible that the results are still not the same as the speed users get when running Windows 10.