- The operating system is coming with massive changes on the board
- It is now reported that AMD computers will drop 15% of performance due to the new Windows operating system
- Microsoft has claimed that the operating system will be available on all the eligible devices by next year
Microsoft has rolled out the new version of the Windows operating system and that is Windows 11 and the same is coming with heavy changes on the board. The company has introduced a new user interface along with new animations and sounds. The operating system is also coming with many privacy features and the company is offering support for the Android applications as well.
The computing world has welcomed the new operating system with big smiles but the case is not with the users who are using AMD Ryzen powered computers. It is now reported that AMD Ryzen powered computers are facing issues with Windows 11 and the same is believed to be fixed in the near future. It is also revealed that there will be 15% of performance drop in their computers because of the new Windows 11 operating system.
It is said that there are two issues which are making trouble with the new operating system and the first issue is that Windows 11 may triple L3 cache latency. While the second problem is AMD’s “preferred core” technology, and the same usually shift threads over to the fastest core on a processor.
So let’s hope that the problems will be fixed very soon and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest happenings at your fingertips.
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