Microsoft Windows 11 gets a Build update 22000.282 that fixes performance issues on the operating system affecting mostly AMD-based laptops. The bug fixed caused the L3 cache latency to triple making eSports games get a performance dip of 10–15 percent. Windows 11 Latest Build also resolves other bugs such as Internet Explorer crashing when some Input Method Editor (IME) characters were typed.
Windows 11 Build 22000.282 update was released on October 21, this is the second build update released since the initial Windows 11 rollout that came with build number 22000.258.
Windows 11 Build 22000.282 changelog notes the L3 caching issue that affects some application performance on AMD Ryzen processors that updated to Windows 11 has been fixed. On the changelog, Microsoft also adds that some apps that were slow have now been optimized to run faster.
Another major Windows 11 latest update fix is the lock screen background bug that appears black when a slideshow picture is set as the lock screen background. Additionally, wireless mouse and keyboards have been optimized on the operating system to run efficiently.
Windows 11 Build 22000.282 update also fixes a bug affecting a small amount of PC such as the inability to make use of the Start menu, and the taskbar unavailability. Microsoft finally worked on the slow warm boot of the Operating system when users make use of the restart option.
There are other major fixes on the performance of the OS on certain desktops and laptops, feel free to view the full changelog of the latest Windows 11 build here.