Probably better to give the OS a miss for a bit
AMD has warned that its chips are experiencing performance issues in Windows 11, and now Microsoft’s first update to its new OS has made the problems worse.
L3 cache latency to blame
While a bunch of AMD CPUs are officially compatible with Windows 11 OS, this does not mean all is well with the new OS, as AMD and Microsoft have made a discovery that shows an indecent impact on application performance due to higher L3 cache latency.
New Razer Blade 15 Advanced models pre-loaded with Windows 11
Keeping up with the official Windows 11 OS launch, Razer has announced the new Razer Book, new Razer Blade 15 Advanced models, which now come pre-loaded with Windows 11, as well as the free upgrade for eligible earlier Razer laptops.
Free upgrade if you have the hardware
Windows 11, the latest version of Microsoft's computer operating system, launches worldwide on as a free upgrade for Windows 10 users who have the latest hardware.
Geforce 472.11 WHQL for Windows 11 and new games
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 472.11 WHQL Game Ready graphics driver with official Windows 11 support, Game Ready support for eight new games, and various other improvements and fixes.
That Windows 10 machine might not be upgradeable
Software King of the World, Microsoft, has released an updated version of its PC Health Check tool which should tell you if you can update your Windows 10 machine to Windows 11.
Start Menu and taskbar crashing
If you needed a reason not to upgrade to Windows 11, this story might to it – Windows 11 builds in the Dev and Beta channels started crashing their Start Menu and taskbar were crashing because Vole thought it was a good idea to start serving adverts.
Nothing to see here move on please
Microsoft is announcing that Windows 11 will be released on 5 October. The new operating system will be available as a free upgrade for eligible Windows 10 PCs, or on new hardware that ships with Windows 11 pre-loaded.
Vole starts to play evil with Windows 11
For some reason, known only to itself, Microsoft is planning to get nasty with those who don’t update their PCs.