December 9, 2021

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Microsoft has fixed many bugs in Windows 11, including performance issues

Microsoft has fixed many bugs in Windows 11, including performance issues

System update is not required.

Microsoft already provides updates through traditional patch distribution channels (usually Windows Update) KB5006746 For Windows 11 released recently.

Update, Resp. According to Microsoft, the patch should resolve many ailments reported by users. Among other things, there is a complex patch about the problem of performance degradation in the system, which affects chips from AMD.

You should also adjust the appearance and animations of Teams (at the bottom taskbar), and the bug that prevented the new Start menu and taskbar from displaying when switching from Windows 10 should also be fixed, as well as an error slowing down selected apps.

File explorer issues were also resolved, and Microsoft was supposed to improve the ability of the update mechanism to predict how long it would take to install updates or patches.

KB5006746 for Windows 11 is not marked as required, but is an optional update. It does not download automatically. Overall, these and other fixes are expected to be part of the November release of security patches. This will already be mandatory.

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Microsoft has fixed both Windows 10 and newer Windows 11, and patches are available

However, if you are not concerned with waiting too long, the update can also be downloaded manually. Usually, we go to Windows Update and check if updates are available for our system. After that, an optional update should appear in the list.

It can also be downloaded directly from the Microsoft Update Catalog – 64 bit 32 bit (x86).

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