This month, Microsoft officially introduced Windows 11 to the public, and soon after the release, users started reporting performance issues in their PCs, with the issue being acknowledged by PC processor maker AMD.
The company revealed that after installing Windows 11, the measured and functional L3 cache latency on a few of its processors increased threefold, apart from this, due to this issue, preferred cores did not schedule threads on the fastest processor cores preferentially, and hindered This problem is performance sensitive applications of one or a few CPU threads.
While the L3 cache issue has been resolved in the latest Windows 11 update that was available to Windows Insiders in the Beta and Preview channels and is now publicly available as well, to fix the issue with the processor core, AMD has also released the Ryzen chipset driver update version 3.10.08.506. .
To check if the latest update is installed on your computer, go to Settings > Applications and Features. On that page, you can check your AMD chipset software version. If you want to download and install the update manually, you can get it from the company’s website. On the web, it’s also available for Windows 10.
Apart from the above problem, Windows 11 users have reported many other errors in the operating system, the company is likely to address these issues in the upcoming patches, and the company usually releases updates for all its products on the second Tuesday of every month.
Recently, Windows 11 users who are part of the beta Windows Insider channel gained access to test Android apps on the platform.
The company has partnered with Amazon and popular app developers to sponsor 50 apps for Windows Insiders to test and validate across a wide range of devices.