Windows 10's Low FPS Problem Solved 1
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An update with the code KB500842 released by the US-based technology giant Microsoft for Windows 10 in April, game performance had severely reduced it. Some users claimed that they could not play many games even on their powerful computers with Ryzen 5 3600 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card. Making a statement on this subject, Microsoft said, that the problem is solved from the root announced.

In fact, with an update coded KB5004327, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 low FPS problem declared that he had overcome it. However, this update did not work for all users. Some users said that they continued to experience low FPS after the update, and they started to look for their own solutions. Statements made by Microsoft Windows 10 21H2 update reveals that it will be solved completely.

There is still some time to release Windows 10 21H2

Windows 10's Low FPS Problem Solved 2

Microsoft on fixing Windows 10’s gaming performance detailed did not provide a statement. The company simply detected an issue that prevented power plans and game mode from working as expected. that the problem is solved said. The explanation in the developer release notes of the Windows 10 21H2 update means that users will be able to get rid of this annoying situation after at least a few months. However, this fix without waiting can also be presented to users.

In the meantime, you may be one of the millions of users affected by this issue. If you have a problem on your computer that you can’t understand why FPS loss

If started happening, there are two things you can do at this point. The first is to set your computer’s power mode to ” High Performance. The second is Game Mode built into Windows 10. totally close. At least one of these methods will solve the problem.

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