Update Windows 11 22H2 closer to release, lands in the Release channel

Oldie1950

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Yes they are. 💡

Win11 plays on aesthetics and elegance and yet there are graphical, visual flaws. This spoils the impression and hinders the adoption of the new system. ⛔
Besides, if such trivial bugs are present, what about functional and security bugs that are not even visible at first glance? :unsure:

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An operating system must function primarily. For me, such optical knick-knacks are meaningless and also not an indication of functional errors in the operating system.
 

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Nvidia has finally fixed an issue on Windows 11, typically on version 22H2, which was leading to wrong GPU usage readings. The fix is delivered via its latest GeForce Game Ready WHQL-certified driver update version 526.98.

Nvidia found that a bug in the Desktop Window Manager (DWM) was leading to completely wrong GPU usage readings on its graphics cards. Users reported that the GPU usage readings on Task Manager were hovering at or very close to 100% even when the system, and specifically the graphics card, was almost completely idle.
 

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I should stop reading your posts the more I check the more broken win 11 seems

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I only use the pc for internet, e-mail and gaming. I rarely use any MS tools/apps at all so I would never notice stuff not obviously broken (like my clock).

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To me it looks like "mixing" a high contrast theme into the standard view.
See here: Change color contrast in Windows - Microsoft Support

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Is it possible? :unsure:
 

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The latest version of AMD's chipset driver set for various platforms supporting Athlon, Ryzen, and Threadripper processors is here with release 4.11.15.342. It brings several fixes that solve issues causing blue screens of death (BSOD) happening on Windows 11 2022 Update (initial support added in August 2022) as well as in previous Windows versions.
You can download AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver 4.11.15.342 for 64-bit Windows 10 and Windows 11 from the official website. Full release notes are available in AMD's documentation.
 

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Microsoft is investigating and working on fixing Remote Desktop issues on Windows 11 systems after installing the Windows 11 2022 Update.

"After installing Windows 11, version 22H2 (also called Windows 11 2022 Update), the Windows Remote Desktop application might stop responding when connecting via a Remote Desktop gateway or Remote Desktop Connection Broker," the company explained. "An example of this connection scenario is when connecting to a Remote Desktop Services collection. RemoteApp and Desktop Connections are ways in which this connection is accomplished."

Home users are unlikely to experience issues while using the app because it uses a connection process different than the one on enterprise devices, the ones affected by this known issue.

Redmond added that it's currently working on a resolution, with more details regarding this issue to be provided in a future update.
 

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While the bug(s) leading to such problems have not been fully resolved yet, Microsoft has published an update on the matter partially removing the block. On its health dashboard, the company writes:
November 22, 2022: The safeguard hold with the safeguard ID of 41990091 has been updated to only safeguard Windows devices which have one of the small subset of games and apps which are still affected by this issue.
 

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Will this ever get fixed in Windows 11? Things are often cut-off at the bottom in some apps. They go behind the start menu. The issue has been present since the inception of Windows 11.
Or maybe it's up to the app developer to fix it to make their app window compatible with the Windows 11 start menu?
I know there are apps to make the start menu transparent which can enable me to see the whole thing or I can enable auto-hide taskbar, but that's not the point here.
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