thisquality is back online after a significant outage that struck its servers shortly after a service upgrade aiming to improve infrastructure speeds.
The outage was caused by a monthly update scheduled every tenth day, eliminating noted bugs and glitches recorded from a number of testing devices.
Prior to this, an update was scheduled to be distributed for the back-end servers of thisquality.com — it did not work out and caused the platform to crash, corrupting itself.
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The servers went offline shortly after 9pm on Tuesday evening; recovering at 1.15am, Wednesday.
No files or information was breached. All systems are now in healthy conditions.
Users should notice an increase in speed for page load times as a result of this update.
This is the first-ever, and longest blackout thisquality has experienced after being online for over a year.
Readers who notice any bugs or glitches following this outage should report them to email@example.com.
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