Windows 11 gaming bug fix is now reportedly rolling out to everyone. Preview fix have now been released to the relief of all affected gamers.
Windows 11 Gaming Bug Fix Is Now Reportedly Rolling Out To Everyone
Back in November, windows 11 was hit with a very nasty bug that caused stuttering frame rates in some games with the 22H2 update as you may have known. But as of this writing, the problem has now been resolved by Microsoft completely.
Everything clearly went well with the whole testing process as Bleeping Computer flagged up that the rollout of the complete fix to all windows 11 users affected is now taking place. This means that anyone that was previously affected by the bloc put on the 22H2 update by Microsoft can now be able to install the upgrade.
What Microsoft Has To Say about the New Development
Microsoft however observes: “This issue was resolved in KB5020044 and the safeguard hold has been removed as of December 14, 2022. Please note, if there are no other safeguards that affect your device, it can take up to 48 hours before the update to Windows 11, version 22H2 is offered.”
So, while many gamers may have had to wait for a couple of more days for the 22H2 update to be provided to their blocked PC, but the time you get to read this, it should have been offered up or even be ready for installation in the event that you get to check for it under windows update.
What This Means for All Gamers
It’s good news obviously that the complete fix has now been implemented with no extra hold-ups, and the 22H2 update is now being piped to gamers that were affected by this really nasty bug. You however should know that the bug in question also hit some apps too, although Microsoft on its own end didn’t really delve into many details as to which apps were affected.