An optional update for Windows 11 includes a long list of fixes and improvements. Among those is a fix that addresses an L3 caching issue that hurts the performance of AMD Ryzen CPUs running Windows 11.
Microsoft has today published details around how app developers can migrate their existing UWP Windows applications to the new Windows App SDK (Project Reunion,) which itself is based on the classic Win32 app platform. This documentation has immediately re-heated the on-going debate regarding whether UWP is dead or alive, so let’s dive in and see what’s really happening here.
The most recent Insider build of Windows 11 addresses a performance bug that affects PCs with AMD processors. The fix could make its way to general availability as early as this week, according to a previous report.
Microsoft's new Dynamic Refresh Rate for Windows 11 is not yet enabled for Surface Pro 8 or Surface Laptop Studio. But Intel's latest graphics drivers enable the feature, suggesting Microsoft should push out the drivers for all users in the coming months.