The Windows 11 22H2 update from Microsoft, which included a number of new features and bug improvements, went live for the general public late last month. However, soon after the roll out Nvidia GeForce users, began to complain about sluggish and unpredictable frame rates in games. Plus, they also noticed lag and widespread CPU underutilization.
Microsoft is taking action to lessen the effects of the performance concerns on Windows 11 customers who haven’t yet received the most recent update after hearing all the complaints. The company said: ”Some games and apps might experience lower than expected performance or stuttering on Windows 11, version 22H2.”
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What is wrong with Windows 11 22H2 that is causing this issue?
Microsoft claims that a software flaw permits GPU-dependent apps and games to activate debugging features. The debugging features aren’t intended for end users. Regrettably, this problem is to blame for the dramatic performance decreases seen by gamers.
Moreover, Microsoft claims to have put a stop on updating Windows 11 22H2 for certain system configurations. As a result, Windows 11 22H2 won’t be delivered to your machine via Windows Update until the company considers the problem to be fixed. Microsoft also advises against manually upgrading the device.
Microsoft offers general advice on how to make sure your games and apps are up-to-date if you have already loaded the Windows 11 22H2 upgrade. The company also says:”We are working on a resolution, and we’ll provide you an update in a future version, the business added”. Microsoft did not, however, offer a schedule for developing a software fix for this problem.
Nvidia has already issued GeForce Experience software that fixes the issue. While Microsoft is working behind the scenes to resolve the underlying Windows 11 22H2 gaming performance concerns.
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