Microsoft has a new Windows 11 update to fix some of the performance issues that the new operating system encounters with AMD CPUs. One of these issues made L3 cache latency triple on Ryzen processors, causing significant slowdown when gaming.
This update aims to fix the L3 cache latency problem, among a whole host of other fixes, including one that addresses the issue of Start menu unable to open after the operating system upgrade.
Another issue, which involves AMD’s core technology, has already been resolved with AMD’s new chipset driver.
Given how this new operating system is an overhaul for Windows, such bugs are expected. With time, it will definitely get better, so here’s hoping that once all the kinks are removed, we will have a lot more new features to look forward to.
If you’re still on the fence about upgrading to Windows 11, or wondering how to do it, this should help. Or if you want to upgrade but can’t because your CPU doesn’t meet the minimum requirements and/or your PC doesn’t have a TPM 2.0 on board, this should help.