steam deck (opens in new tab) Owners using Windows on their portable gaming machines instead of the Linux-based SteamOS can play with the updated APU drivers.announced by steam deck twitter account — Tweet using the web app to increase the chances of who is really behind it teeth With the Steam Deck, new drivers come with no release notes, but promise “better compatibility, security, stability, and performance.”
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hello! Just a quick note that there are updated Windows APU drivers for the Steam Deck. This update includes various Windows compatibility, security, stability and performance improvements for Steam Deck. New drivers are available here: https://t.co/zjU2UbJhz8 pic.twitter.com/ylmbu90eKqNovember 8, 2022
A new driver will be of particular interest to those who want to take it. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II The latest installment of the CoD saga only runs on decks using Windows, so it’s on the move.speculation reddit (opens in new tab) Driver improves OpenGL performance and enables hardware accelerated video. The Citra 3DS emulator using OpenGL has been noted to run smoother on the deck after the update, but not nearly as well as it does on SteamOS.
Valve does not offer support for using Windows on portable PCs (opens in new tab)However, it has an AMD Zen 2 APU, so it should be easy. But anyone who’s ever tried to install an operating system on a laptop knows that’s not the case. It took me a while to get the internal audio working with the Windows deck. The latest audio drivers arrived last month (on two separate occasions), but the original drivers for getting sound in the Windows Deck came out in his May of this year.Appeared (opens in new tab).
My first impression of Windows 10 on the Steam Deck (at the time the Deck didn’t support the hardware TPM features needed to install Microsoft’s latest OS) was “gritty around the edges” and SteamOS concluded that it is more suitable. system. Thanks to a BIOS update, the device is now able to run Windows 11, but dual-booting between Windows 11 and SteamOS is not supported.
The new driver, along with all the other drivers needed to run Windows on the deck, are now available at: Steam Support Website (opens in new tab).