Microsoft fixed a performance issue with AMD processors in Windows 11

Microsoft fixed a performance issue with AMD processors in Windows 11

Microsoft has released another test build of Windows 11 numbered 22000.282 (KB5006746) for Beta Channel preview program participants. In it, the developers have fixed many known bugs, the main of which is related to AMD processors, as it became known earlier this month. The description of the update says that the developers have fixed a problem with the L3 cache, which was affecting the performance of AMD Ryzen devices after the upgrade to Windows 11.

Recall that after the beginning of the distribution of Windows 11 there was a problem which caused the performance in applications on computers with AMD chips to decrease by 3-5% and in games can be observed a drop of up to 15%. It seems that the developers have managed to quickly solve the problem and at the end of the month the fix will be available for devices running the stable version of Windows 11. The developers have also fixed many other bugs. Problem with the incorrect operation of the «Start» menu and failure to see the updated taskbar design in some cases has been resolved. Fixed a bug that could cause BSODs to appear in the early stages of OS startup. Resolved an issue that caused the Windows Management Instrumentation host process to stop working as a result of an unhandled access violation when using Desired State Configuration. Fixed an issue with writing data to WMI storage when there is not enough available memory on the device.

Microsoft has also introduced a lot of less noticeable fixes to make the software platform more stable. You can read them on the developers' blog. It is expected that the broad masses these patches will become available with the optional cumulative update, which will be released at the end of this month. In addition, the fixes will be part of an update to be released as part of the Patch Tuesday program next month.

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