Windows 11 is finally with us. After four months of testing, the system is finally “ready” to reach the general public, but bug detection is almost certain for the operating system in its first moments in the hands of the general public.
For this reason, given that the computer is of great importance in the users’ routine, it is important to consider whether it is worth upgrading to the new operating system immediately or not. To put the cards on the table, the Canaltech Collects the main errors, bugs, and issues found in the operating system of Microsoft It might convince you not to quit Windows 10 — at least, for now.
Since the beta versions of Windows 11, File Explorer has had one problem: a memory leak. Each time the program is opened, a portion of memory RAM It is intended for – and remains in this state until you restart your computer or perform a Windows Explorer process in Task Manager.
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A Windows 11 user can check if the problem affects him in a very simple way: open the task manager, and organize the results based on the consumption of RAM by clicking on “Memory” and pressing Windows key + E. repeatedly to open multiple instances of File Explorer; After that, close everything. If the system is experiencing a memory leak, the original tool should still be consuming very high memory, even if it is 100% locked.
Windows 10 taskbar
If you installed the new Windows 11 and encountered the taskbar from your previous system, you encountered one more error – even if you preferred the old style. The problem seems to mainly affect those who have expected the update on the PC via the installation assistant, the official tool from Microsoft.
For this, there are two solutions: in the first, you can try to create a new local user account to force the new taskbar to appear; The second is to reinstall the new operating system from scratch.
bug in internet bar
After the update, some users encountered a connection from The internet is much slower than usual This is another example of a mistake. In this case, hardware with network software Intel Corporation Killer simply “drops” UDP (User Datagram Protocol) packets under certain conditions, and as a result, sites can take longer to load and streams can be poorer – not even using VPN Solve the problem.
Low performance in games
Microsoft prides itself on having created the most secure Windows in the operating system registry, but doesn’t comment that the features it enables can come at a performance cost — as with VBS, virtualization-based security. It is a security mechanism that uses the capabilities of virtual machines to create and isolate a secure area of the operating system’s memory.
On new computers shipped with Win 11, the feature is enabled by default. However, enabling the tool can affect gaming performance. Damage varies depending on the tested title, as the PC Gamer website showed – in Horizon Zero Dawn, the effect was 25%, while in subway displacement, 24%, but Far Cry New Dawn Only 5% suffered.
Problems with AMD CPUs
This problem is intriguing, mainly due to the fact that it has been recognized before AMD: Windows 11 doesn’t seem to handle some features of the Ryzen family CPUs very well — of all generations, sure. The obstacle is split into two parts, L3 memory latency (up to 3 times in the new OS) and incompatibility with the Preferred Cores feature to optimize the load per core.
It’s not known exactly what kind of software the performance impact is in, but AMD claims it will be mostly in apps and games that are sensitive to memory latency. cache and in applications that take advantage of more powerful cores for front-end tasks. Damage may be up to 15% in more severe cases.
Unfortunately, there’s no fix for the flaw at the moment, but the chip maker says it’s working in partnership with Microsoft to release a fix in the form of an update later in October.
Over time, these issues will likely be resolved properly by a software update; Until then, however, users should consider if they want to switch operating systems just to quench their curiosity. All in all, Windows 11 add-ons are pretty cool, but is it worth the stress of finding some misplaced things?
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