Windows 11 22H2 update is not working properly on PCs with NVIDIA video cards.

Microsoft has finally officially confirmed that there is a problem with the Windows 11 operating system update 22H2.

This problem has been reported to lead to reduced performance in games or even to hanging. It turns out that some games include GPU performance debugging features “that are not intended for consumer use”.

The company is advising that you update to the latest version of the game or wait until 22H2 to update the system. Microsoft also released a patch that will block 22H2 from being automatically downloaded and installed. As for the fix, it’s expected in the next Windows 11 update.

It was previously reported that the Windows 11 22H2 update is not working properly on PCs with NVIDIA video cards. The video subsystem reduces the load on the GPU in games from 50-80% to 2-5%, which leads to bugs. However, the 517.48 video card driver solved this problem.

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