Windows 11 Build 22000.282 finally fixes performance

Microsoft 11 Build 2200.282 (KB5006746) is now rolling out to testers in the Beta and Release Preview Channel today in fixing the performance issues by AMD.

Windows 11 is rolling out to Windows Insider Preview with build version 22000.282, a bug in Windows 11 could reduce the performance in eligible AMD devices.

Some Windows 11 users mentioned about the high usage of RAM in file explorer seen in some cases. Microsoft is currently rolling out the official Windows 11 to newest PCs and older eligible pc’s in weekly.

The company has confirmed the full rollout will happen in the next year Q2,2022. We will hoping that Microsoft will resolved the bugs in the coming future updates in the stable version soon.

Windows 11 Stable Issue faced on Intel 8th Generation and AMD Processors

In our Dell XPS 15, 9670 8th Generation had noticed the high usage of battery life could be possible due to eating RAM in running applications in the background bug hasn’t fixed yet in the cumulative updates arrived in October month.

The patch update KB5006674(x64-based systems) is currently available only in the Insider machines has been finally address all issues with L3 caching which effects the performance in sort of apps.

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The company claims that L3 cache Latency could increase by four times after the installation of Windows 11 in AMD chipset.

With the latest version Windows 11 Build 22000.282 , it will try to load apps or games on AMD CPU will not reducing the performance after the fix arrived in the Insider preview.

Windows Task Manager Feature Resources

In the Insider Preview, a new feature also seen in Windows Taskbar Manager can seen better categories resources used by the Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge 94 comes with several improvements for Windows 11’s Task Manager to look better representation the browser Edge processes.

Using the Dynamic refresh rate system, Microsoft has now enabled better refresh rates as the Windows 11 OS can now seamlessly switch between a lower refresh rate and a higher refresh rate with algorithm is based on your device usage to balance power and power consumption.