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Microsoft has announced that it has stopped the Windows 11 22H2 update, which causes lower-than-expected performance in some games.
The Windows 11 operating system, which is a more developed version of Windows 10, was launched last year.
With the 22H2 update of Windows 11, which was presented to users last month, the performance of NVIDIA graphics cards had dropped significantly, and NVIDIA officials solved the problem by issuing an update on the subject.
The Windows 11 quality update released now causes serious performance drops in games.
Microsoft has announced that it will take steps to limit potential performance issues for Windows 11 users who have not yet downloaded the latest update and stopped the update.
Upgrade from the current version of Windows 11 to version 22H2 will not be possible until the issues are resolved.