Did Microsoft finally FIXED AMD CPU performance issue with new Windows 11? Let’s See

AMD CPU performance is back to normal in a new Windows 11 test build from Microsoft.

Microsoft has been working on AMD CPU performance issues for the past few months and have finally come up with a fix in a new test build of Windows 11. This is an early preview release of the upcoming Windows 11 update slated to be released in 2020.

Affected users can download the latest Windows Insider Preview version 1903, which will install the fix automatically on the system. The company said that it had also tested the same fix with Insiders in Beta and Release Preview channels.

AMD CPU performance is back to normal in a new Windows 11 test build from Microsoft.

Microsoft has been working on AMD CPU performance issues for the past few months and have finally come up with a fix in a new test build of Windows 11. This is an early preview release of the upcoming Windows 11 update slated to be released in 2020.

Affected users can download the latest Windows Insider Preview version 1903, which will install the fix automatically on the system. The company said that it had also tested the same fix with Insiders in Beta and Release Preview channels.

If you are still experiencing issues after installing this update, please post feedback using “Start new topic” via Feedback Hub or their forums.

Microsoft has fixed the AMD CPU performance issue with a new Windows 11 test build. The newest release offers fixes to other problems reported by Windows Insider testers, including an issue causing some people to see the old Windows 10 taskbar instead of the new Windows 11 one, and another that would cause some people to lose certain device drivers installed on their computers.

AMD acknowledged that some users were seeing performance degradation when running applications following the installation of Windows 11 Build 22000.282 but said that it was not due specifically to changes made in this particular release.

“AMD and Microsoft have been working together to resolve the issue and initial tests indicate that AMD performance has improved,” a spokesperson said, following reports that this new build fixed the problem. “AMD and Microsoft will continue their close collaboration throughout the testing process.”

The Windows performance of AMD processors has been improved with Build 22000.282 of Windows 11. The problem affected games the most, but also other processing-intensive workloads. The problem was attributable to both an L3 caching issue and a “preferred” core problem which was hindering the way thread scheduling worked on a processor’s fastest core.

Microsoft has fixed a CPU performance issue with a new Windows 11 test build, ZDNet reported. The new build doesn’t address the preferred core part of the problem. However, Microsoft has listed many fixes in the release notes for this new build in their release notes. Microsoft and AMD said that the fix for the AMD processor issue should be made available to mainstream users running Windows 11.

They confirmed last Thursday that Windows 11 will be released to the public on October 30, 2020. The latest Windows 11 test build was made available to testers on October 16th. This new update should fix an issue that has been frustrating AMD CPU owners since it was first discovered in May of this year.

The bug would cause their computer to slow down after some time.

The new Windows 11 test build includes an update called “Update Stack Packages” which should fix the issue with AMD CPUs. For users of Intel CPUs, this latest Windows 11 test build also includes improved support for Thunderbolt 3 devices and improves NVMe performance on XPS 15 9570 laptops. The fixes in this update were compiled from feedback from testers. Many testers have been using this new Windows 11 test build as their main operating system since it was first made available to them last Friday. Microsoft has promised that any bugs found in these builds will be fixed prior to the public release of Windows 11 later this month.

The latest Windows 11 test build has solved the issue of AMD CPUs being rushed to market, making them incompatible with the new operating system.

Microsoft unveiled a new Windows 11 test build that solves the problem of AMD CPUs being rushed to market, making them incompatible with the new operating system. The company launched an updated version of Microsoft Edge that includes its virtual assistant. It also released the first preview for SharePoint 2019 that includes support for Linux servers.

The test build, number 17628, includes a new Windows Sandbox feature that’s designed to make it easier for users to safely test untrusted software. The sandbox lets you start an application in a temporary space where the app will run without affecting your current system state.

Microsoft also released a preview of its next version of SharePoint on Tuesday. New features include support for Linux and Unix servers and containers, as well as more collaboration tools such as email notifications and document conversations within Office file formats that continue even after files are edited offline or shared with others. Microsoft has been working on Share Server 2019 for most of this year

The update has been released publicly, in case you still need to force the update and download it on your PC. Here’s how you can do it:

1) Search for Windows Update on your computer.

2) Click “Check for updates.”

3) Select “Advanced options.”

4) Choose the pending OS update, as circled in the screenshot below.

5) Click “Download” and let Windows download and install this new build on your PC.

After installation, you can check if it has resolved the issue with AMD CPUs by checking Task Manager’s performance tab:

Now, nearly two weeks later, there’s finally an official solution available for anyone affected by this problem. If you’re running Windows 10 version 1709 with your AMD CPU then you’ll want to check out Microsoft’s discussion page about how its recent public preview could impact your computer performance. As mentioned above, it also includes instructions for downgrading back to version 1703 if preferred.

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