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Saturday, March 09, 2019

Windows 10 Update Causes Performance Drops, Input Lag in Games; Microsoft Promises Fix
Windows 10 Update

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1. Microsoft has given a patent for the future

2. Users have reported mouse input lag, CPU usage spikes and PC crashes

3. Some users have speculated that this issue was due to Specter Mitigation

Microsoft has confirmed that the recent release of Windows 10 is causing serious problems in some games, including stuttering, input intervals and display drop. The company is aware of the problems and promised to fix it in the near future. The gamers who are affecting are the latest updates. This problem was detected when Microsoft named its cumulative update KB4482887, which was named Windows 10 (version 1809, also known as the October 2018 update), on March 1. This was a cumulative fix to fix a bug, and it did not offer any new features

Microsoft has updated its Windows Support Database page for the release of KB4482887, which states that "After installing KB4482887, users can notice a decline in graphics and mouse performance with desktop games when playing some games , Such as Destini 2. Will work on one resolution and provide an update. An upcoming release in Microsoft. As a short term solution, users can display To retrieve can uninstall KB4482887. 

Bleeping Computer reports that the performance drop began to appear on Microsoft's subdirectory, and some users speculated that they are due to a new suppression solution for the Spector CPU vulnerability, retololine, but posted as a Microsoft employee The user who does not want to represent This is the case since the Consumer copies of Windows 10 have not been suppressed.

Many Reddit users have reported trouble with Destini 2, from PC crashes to CPU use spikes and massive mouse input lag. Some people tried to diagnose the problem by uninstalling and reinstalling GPU drivers before creating a connection with Windows Update. Reddit users began to see a correlation for Nvidia's GeForce RTX series graphics card, but at least one user reported similar problems with the AMD GPU.

Users who have been uninstalled to correct the updates may arrive early next week when the regular schedule 'Patch Tuesday' update is issued.


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