Microsoft has finally resolved Windows 11 bugs related issues that resulted in reduced performance on computers. Here’s everything they’ve fixed with this update.
Microsoft has reportedly issued a new Windows 11 update that aims to fix the latest bugs and issues with its Windows operating system. According to reports, one of the most important issues affecting the Windows 11 OS so far was a bug impacting AMD Ryzen processors that caused performance drops as high as 15 percent for certain situations such as eSport games.
Microsoft and AMD had previously stated they were developing software updates to resolve these issues with both companies working efficiently on updating the Windows 11 OS and now the company has released a new build of its software after patching up these chipset-related performance issues.
Microsoft has announced a number of new fixes for Windows 10 in its latest Windows update. The majority of these changes are surficial, but they make important improvements to the user experience of this mystical platform of which we know so little about yet from what has been released from Microsoft. If you were previously having issues with your Start Menu and taskbar not working properly, you should now be able to use them more effortlessly as they have been resolved. On the other hand, if you had previously noticed that your black lock screen background was acting up, you should see all issues resolved! Finally, you will now receive better estimates for restart times and how soon it will be before you can get back to using your system after a breakdown or reboot.