NVIDIA releases fix for stuttering issues and dropped frame rates caused by Windows 11 2022 Update
- Microsoft recently began to roll out Windows 11 2022 Update.
- It caused some gaming computers to experience slower frames per second, slowing down and other issues.
- NVIDIA has issued a fix to the issue. It is now available as beta.
The Windows 11 2022 Update was released to PCs this week. For some people, the update caused problems with gaming performance. Users complained of stuttering and dropped frames rates and other issues when installing the Windows 11 2022 Update, the issue was resolved by going back to an earlier version Windows 11. NVIDIA is aware of the problem and has released an update to fix it in beta. The company plans to roll out an update to all users starting today.
“Some users might notice a decrease in performance in games or other applications following the upgrade with Microsoft Windows 11 2022 Update,” reads an NVIDIA support webpage. It is recommended to download NVIDIA GeForce Experience v.3.26 beta. For the updated experience, users of PCs are able to download it directly from NVIDIA (direct download links)(opens in new tab) or update it through using the Settings part within the GeForce Experience application.
This update’s beta release was made accessible on the 25th of September 2022. NVIDIA anticipates that the non-beta version to be available on the 26th of September, 2022. It will include a brand new GeForce Game Ready Driver.
The update from NVIDIA is expected to fix the frame stuttering and drop rates that some PCs experience However, there are a variety of other issues that are present in the most recent Version of Windows 11. This guide to typical issues and fixes in the Windows 11 2022 Update can help you deal with other issues.