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Windows 11 2022 Update Is Causing Major Headaches For Some GeForce Owners


Microsoft has begun rolling out its first major update for Windows 11 (taking it to version 22H2), and as you might have guessed, it's causing issues on some PCs. In particular, gamers with GeForce graphics cards have logged a spattering of complaints ranging from unstable framerates and significantly degraded performance to G-Sync suddenly not working.

The litany of hardware combinations that exist in the PC space make unforeseen issues almost a guarantee with each major Windows update. We see it practically every time. This is why Microsoft has moved to a staggered roll out rather than making available major updates wholesale to every Windows user. It's also why it can be a good idea to avoid applying big Windows updates right away even if the option exists to do so.

For the 22H2 update, complaints are starting to pile up in a megathread on Reddit. "I just updated ...


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