This week, Microsoft issued an emergency fix for Windows 10, which fixes a bug that could cause issues connecting to WiFi via WPA3. When you connect to a WPA3 network, users reported a bluescreen of death. Users reported the issue occurring after waking their computers from sleep. More information is outlined in the knowledge base article KB4601315 found here.
Irwin is concerned that the Spectre bug fix will slow down his computer. Leo says it's possible, but it's unlikely to have a noticeable impact on a modern machine. Experts say the bug fix will greatly affect slower, older machines. A newer machine will get the least performance hit. He should just make sure to update his AVS and all of his drivers.
VMware or really heavy applications are where the performance hit will most likely be affected.