It sounds like you're having an issue where Windows 10 is having an issue with a driver after the Update. Or maybe it could be a microcode update that MS have pushed out.
Many Tech sites are advising users to defer updates at this time until MS gets its act together but that maybe a bit late for you.
You will probably have more luck posting this on a Windows 10 forum and recently there seems to be a spate of similar issues depending on your Windows 10 version.
Have you tried doing a system restore?
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Be wary of your low budget hard drives that exists as 1 head or 2 head hard drives! I had seen big improvement when moving from 1 head to 2 heads or more heads hard drive besides SSD.
If you are using a Seagate 2TB thin drives you have same problem due to SMR technology a slowest write performance.
What is your usage type in question?
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