Windows 11 has lost one issue with Ryzen processors. Currently, the patch is only available to members of the Windows Insider program

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Microsoft has already released a patch for Windows 11 to address an issue with increased latency in Ryzen CPUs. However, for now, the patch is only available to members of the Windows Insider program.

Windows 11 has lost one issue with Ryzen processors.  Currently, the patch is only available to members of the Windows Insider program

So far, there are no reviews or tests, but there is no reason not to believe Microsoft either. For everyone else, the patch is due out on October 19, and on October 21, AMD is due to release a software update that fixes an issue with the UEFI CPPC2 power plan.

In addition to the discussed problem, the fresh patch also solves many others. The list is really big:

  • Fixed an issue with the Start menu for a “small number of users” resulting in the Start menu not working and users being unable to see the updated taskbar design
  • Fixed another stop error caused by regression on “some computer configurations that use non-ASCII text in the registry”
  • Fixed an issue with “specific processor interrupt handling” that caused devices to stop responding
  • Fixed endless PowerShell directory issues
  • Fixed an issue resulting in the Server Manager application disappearing when used to remove Hyper-V features
  • Fixed an issue with Windows Remote Management that caused it to stop working under high load conditions
  • Fixed an issue with Windows Management Instrumentation that caused it to stop working
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the device stopped working when forced to shutdown during a Group Policy update
  • Fixed a migration issue between DFS paths that would crash if they were stored on different volumes
  • Fixed an issue that prevented writing to the WMI repository after out of memory conditions
  • Fixed an issue with a hardcoded font in the PowerShell shortcut that was corrupting Japanese, Chinese, and Korean fonts
  • Fixed issue with time parsing if milliseconds were excluded
  • Fixed an issue resulting in some of the extended metafile files being displayed
  • We fixed an Enterprise Mode Site List redirection issue that caused the site to open in multiple tabs in Edge
  • Fixed an issue with Internet Explorer that caused it to stop working
  • Fixed problem with PropertyGet in JScript9.dll
  • Fixed memory leak in VBScript with nested classes
  • Fixed an issue resulting in unable to save the NumLock state after restarting on fast startup
  • Fixed a problem with moving some application windows; moving was unusually slow if there was an explorer window on the screen
  • We fixed an issue in the Mail app that prevented it from accepting keyboard input in the address and subject fields
  • Fixed file renaming issue using new Japanese IME
  • Fixed an App-V issue resulting in black screens when entering the credentials page
  • Fixed an issue with the print server on the internet where it was unable to properly package changed printer properties before sending data to clients
  • Fixed an issue that caused the Xbox Game Bar recording feature to become unavailable
  • Fixed voice distortion issue in audio recorded by voice assistants
  • Fixed memory leak in lsass.exe
  • Fixed an issue that could cause Kerberos.dll to stop working
  • Fixed issue with non-paged pool leak
  • Fixed an issue that prevented enabling BitLocker in a virtual machine
  • Improved performance of MsSense.exe
  • Fixed an issue with Windows Defender Exploit Protection that prevented some Office applications from running on computers with “specific processors”
  • Fixed an issue resulting in Quick Assist users being unable to use screen fill mode
  • Fixed issue with Set-RDSessionCollectionConfiguration
  • Fixed instability of IME mode in RemoteApp script
  • Fixed an issue resulting in the IME toolbar being displayed even when closing the RemoteApp
  • Fixed a managed pool memory leak in virtual desktop ID registry keys in explorer.exe
  • Microsoft “made minor adjustments to contrasting theme colors”
  • We fixed an issue with Narrator and other screen readers that prevented it from reporting when the Start menu was open
  • Fixed a search issue in File Explorer that caused the search to fail if the search index was corrupted
  • Fixed an issue resulting in the search box not displaying on the secondary monitor
  • Fixed an issue in File Explorer that caused its window to lose focus when connecting a network drive
  • Fixed an issue with a locked screen that caused it to appear black if a slideshow was set up
  • Fixed reliability issue with LogonUI.exe
  • Fixed an issue that prevented multiple applications from being opened by holding down the Shift key on the keyboard
  • Updated chat icon design and animation
  • Fixed warning that unsaved work of other people could be lost on shutdown or restart if other users are not logged in
  • Fixed a problem with deleting a profile related to the policy “Delete user profiles older than the specified number of days on system restart”
  • Fixed issue with connecting to Remote Desktop Protocol
  • Fixed an issue that caused input delays for some Bluetooth mice and keyboards
  • Fixed problem with opening the Start menu after updating video card drivers
  • Fixed the accuracy of downtime estimates for estimates that are two minutes or more
  • Fixed LSASS domain controller memory leak
  • Fixed an issue where the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol bind cache was full
  • Fixed an issue in Adamsync.exe that affected synchronization of large Active Directory subtrees
  • Fixed deadlock when enabling offline files

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