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"Microsoft just fixed Windows 10 game-killing bug — here's what you need to know"


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Frame rate destroying bug in Windows 10 has been squashed by Microsoft

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The problems came from the cumulative updated pushed out to Windows 10, with users reporting that they were experiencing lower than expected frame rates and stuttering in games. Some users fixed this by rolling back the updates to older versions, but that's hardly a good long term fix. 

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The frame rate bug and problems cropped up from the two recent security updates to Windows 10. Specifically, they stem from two updates with the Knowledge Base numbers KB5001330 and KB5001337

 

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This is good, I remember a lot of people complaining about reduced framerates following the last Win update.

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