Windows 11 22H2, Microsoft confirms performance issues

Microsoft confirms performance issues on Windows 11 22H2. The operating system is the victim of a bug that causes a drop in performance whenexecution ofapplications and games.

Currently, the error looks like applications are enabling GPU performance debugging features. Of course, this should not happen. Faced with the situation, Microsoft decides to block the Windows 11 2022 update on PCs likely to encounter the problem.

Redmond explains

Some games and apps perform below expectations or experience “stuttering” on Windows 11, version 22H2. Affected games and applications inadvertently enable GPU performance debugging features that are not intended for consumer use. To protect your upgrade experience, we have implemented a compatibility lock on devices affected by this issue.

Windows 11, a patch is in development

While you wait for a fix, there is a solution. Microsoft states that it is necessary to attempt to update the affected programs and games using the latest versions available. In theory, this should resolve the situation.

If you are already using Windows 11 22H2 and experiencing this issue, you may be able to resolve it by updating your games and game-related apps to the latest available versions. If you don’t know how to update the games and apps you have installed, you should contact the developer of those games and apps, but most will update automatically through the store where they were purchased or directly when they open.

A fix is ​​already on the way. We do not have a release plan.

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