Microsoft’s Windows 11 22H2 update was released to the general public late last month and brought several new features and bug fixes. However, shortly after the Windows 11 22H2 update rolled out, Nvidia GeForce users reported slow and choppy frame rates in games, lag, and high CPU underutilization (rates as low as 5% for some users). down to ), complained.
Microsoft hears all complaints and take steps to limit impact (opens in new tab) Learn about performance issues for Windows 11 users who have not yet downloaded the latest updates. The company acknowledges that “some games and apps may perform slower than expected or stutter on Windows 11 version 22H2.”
According to Microsoft, a software bug causes GPU-dependent apps and games to trigger non-consumer debugging features. .
Microsoft has said it has deferred the Windows 11 22H2 update for system configurations affected by this issue. So, if you have not yet installed Windows 11 22H2, it will not be pushed to your system via Windows Update until Microsoft determines that the issue has been resolved.In addition, Microsoft does not support the Media Creation Tool or Windows Update.[今すぐ更新]We warn you not to circumvent this Windows Update safeguard by manually upgrading using the button.
If you have already installed the Windows 11 22H2 update, Microsoft provides general guidance to ensure your games and apps are up to date. The company also said, “We are working towards a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.” However, Microsoft has not provided a timeline for a software solution to this problem.
While Microsoft is working behind the scenes to address the underlying Windows 11 22H2 gaming performance issues, Nvidia has already released GeForce Experience software that fixes the issue.