Also, according to the official health dashboard website, the problem was caused by games and apps “inadvertently enabling GPU performance debugging features not meant to be used by consumers.” As a result of these problems, the new version of the operating system was temporarily unavailable for affected devices. However, the company has addressed these issues with the update KB5020044, which any computer running version 22H2 can download and install from the Windows Update settings. Although, for the most part, the rollout of the new version of the operating system has been smooth, these were not the only headaches for gamers. Recently, the company also acknowledged that some virtualization features could impact gaming performance and recommended users disable those features temporarily to improve the gaming experience. Furthermore, computers featuring Nvidia graphics also encountered low frame rates, stuttering, and low processor usage after upgrading to Windows 11 22H2. However, Nvidia quickly updated its graphics driver to resolve these issues. In addition to gaming performance fixes, the cumulative update includes various other fixes, including storage usage from OneDrive in the Settings app, the ability to enable the Window Spotlight feature from the Themes settings, and more. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.