Microsoft fixing Windows 10 CU gaming performance issues

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A recent build of Windows 10 had a number of files related to Windows 10 on ARM (ARM64), and it seems like Microsoft has already started uploading ARM64 builds of Windows 10 for Windows Update. Windows 10 is built to take advantage of GPU, but the university didn't have GPU acceleration technology for its Windows 10 VDI, so the desktops reverted to using a lot of CPU power, said Steve Athanas, director of platforms and systems engineering.

This programme is essentially a managed crowd of people voluntarily providing feedback on Windows products and services.

On the other hand, Windows 7 users who installed KB4034664 have experienced a series of issues. The company deployed software from Cylance, which uses machine learning to identify what kinds of tasks apps should be performing and spot any unusual activity. After months of waiting for a fix, users running the Insider Build have now been told by Microsoft that patches are in the pipeline.

"We've been reviewing the traces and have identified an issue that we believe is the cause of stuttering in some of the cases that you've reported", a Microsoft engineer posted on the Microsoft Community pages. To maximize the revenue growth of its Azure cloud services, Microsoft plans to shed about 10% of its total FTEs in sales, and 75% of the layoffs will be done outside the US.

However, it's highly unlikely that Microsoft fixes these Windows 10 gaming issues on this Patch Tuesday edition. As a result, you will need to combine all the different UUP files in order to actually make the full ISO.

Compatibility testing tools can automatically analyze applications and help assuage concerns over Microsoft's frequent OS updates, for example.

Microsoft does not guarantee that top suggestions will be implemented.

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