Windows 11 22H2 is the first major update to Microsoft’s latest operating system and unfortunately it seems to have caused annoying problems including poor game performance for some users.
One of the most frustrating issues is for users of Nvidia graphics cards, with some gamers complaining about their fps drops, causing the game to perform poorly, while the audio also slows down. affected. Other gamers have noticed that the game stutters due to the drop in fps.
Windows Latest also reports that Nvidia is looking into these issues on its own and is asking affected gamers for data to help identify the issue. Hopefully with Nvidia and Microsoft investigating, a fix will appear soon.
Microsoft was also accused of ignoring reports from Windows Insiders, who tried out Windows 11 22H2 in the months leading up to its release, as some indicated poor gaming performance during that testing period. For Microsoft to go ahead and release this update without addressing these issues first certainly won’t be good.
Microsoft will need to keep these issues under control and make sure they aren’t too common and are resolved quickly. Otherwise, the reputation of Windows 11 could be severely affected.
The dreaded blue screen of death error has also been reported while installing the update.
If you’ve had game performance issues since installing Windows 11 22H2, it seems the easiest way to fix it is to uninstall the update. Those who did this noticed that game performance returned to normal.
To do this, open the Start menu and click the gear icon Settings. Go to “System”, then click “Restore” and select the “Back” option. You should see an option for “Revert to previous version” – click that and Windows 11 will revert to its previous version.
You can also wait for Microsoft and Nvidia to release fixes for the problem. This will likely appear as a driver update from Nvidia or a hotfix update from Microsoft.