Sunday, February 25, 2024

Windows 11 without a game bug: Microsoft is relaxing the update block for gamers

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WINDOWS 11

A bug in Windows 11 has been bothering gamers in particular since November. The bug has now been fixed and those affected will receive a major update.

Microsoft has fixed an annoying bug in Windows 11 that was mainly affecting gamers. (Source: ryanking999 / depositphotos.com )

Under windows 11 players can now breathe again. Fixed a performance bug that has been affecting system performance since November. Microsoft with the patch day patch Fixed. Now those affected can finally update to the latest version of the 22H2 system.

Because the Redmonders have the affected devices, the so-called “Safeguard Hold” imposed. This prevents systems from receiving important updates until hardware and software issues are resolved. This is very annoying for many users, since information about whether there is a problem does not usually appear.

I like in computer bleeding This means that it can take up to 48 hours after the patch has been successfully installed before the update is offered. If he does not come, we will tell you in our review articlewhat prevents an update and what you can do.

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