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Phil32  +   626d ago
I hope it stops any hard locks people are having too.
sitharrefus  +   626d ago
have not seen any changes in loading times, but it seems the OS is a little faster.
Cam977  +   626d ago
That's good news. This should stop people fetting frustrated with it.
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FlairSomewhere  +   626d ago
Well, I'd say it looks pretty slick, now.
iwin86  +   626d ago
Sorry, but I think it's still pretty slow. Reminds me of the pre-broudband era.
Schawk  +   626d ago
what the hell does the update do , mine dosent seem any faster
Nevers0ft  +   626d ago
Going back to the Wii U menu from apps seems faster, I think the update is using more of the OS ram for switching rather than loading everything up again. I could be delusional but re-loads of apps seems faster as well so maybe even after quitting something like Miiverse it's still kept in ram for a subsequent fast load.

Nintendo needs to include the option to postpone the updates though... I was trying to show off my shiny new Wii U to a friend who is considering getting one. What was the first thing it did when I powered it up? Update for 10 minutes. Not the best advertisement Mr Nintendo :/

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