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The WL Wolfram Support Team is actively monitoring known issues and making changes to the system to fix these issues as quickly as possible. While 12.1.1 is significantly faster than 12.0.1 for some calculations, the following issues were identified that will be addressed in the upcoming 12.1.2 release: In the 12.1.1 release, there are some minor issues that are being addressed. These issues are fixed in the upcoming 12.1.2 release. - Missing expression tests in the interpreter - Object properties are not bound in the interpreter - Some bugs in the object persistence mechanism and in random number generation were fixed - The NaturalExpand is not working as expected - Some other issues that are fixed in the upcoming 12.1.2 release. - Many programs to test and compare speed. - These programs contain several improvements. - Some programs compare interpreter performance with multiple examples. - They contain multiple inputs in order to test the performance of the interpreter in different scenarios. - There are some examples that test the speed of things like RandomInteger and RandomReal. - They also contain several test programs that contain many examples in order to test the performance of the interpreter. These are then used to calculate the speed of the interpreter as a function of the number of examples. - These programs test the speed of a couple of different operations. These operations are highlighted in the article. - These programs were compiled in the user-friendly compilation mode. - This is because there are several examples that use the option UseExternalCompile. - These examples were compiled with the option UseExternalCompile. - These examples also test the speed of a few more operations. - These examples also test the speed of very large numbers of examples. - Some examples test the performance of a different package. - Some of these examples also contain the option UseExternalCompile. - There are also several test examples that require a large amount of memory. - There is also a program that tests the speed of a large number of examples in which the interpreter is fully compiled. - These examples were compiled in the user-friendly compilation mode. - Some of these examples also use the option UseExternalCompile. - There are also some examples that contain multiple inputs and outputs. - There are also examples that