Microsoft has released the Windows 11 2022 update (version 22H2). Compared with the previous version, Windows 11 22H2 is quite stable, but it also caused serious problems for some users, including the inability to install questions. Some Windows 11 users are experiencing occasional framerate drops, which are reportedly related to Nvidia graphics cards. Also, in some cases, there have been reports of BSOD blue screen of death and other bugs.
Affected users believe that Windows 11 22H2 is causing the issue, as when they uninstall the feature update, the stutter goes away. As various reports show, the stuttering FPS drop occurs randomly and lasts for a few seconds.
In some cases, the FPS is kept low and the audio is affected. This can be especially frustrating when a player is about to win an online game or when the framerate suddenly drops at a critical moment. Affected games include Call of Duty and more.
According to some threads on the Reddit thread, preview users reported some performance issues with Windows 11 version 22H2 earlier this year.
However, Microsoft seems to have missed these reports, or they were ignored and the update has been released as planned. Nvidia is investigating the reports, and the company has requested more data from affected users. It is likely that a proper solution will be available via a GeForce driver update in the near future.
Blue Screen of Death error on some computers
In rare cases, users also encounter a blue screen of death errors.
"I had a BSOD (irql_not_less_or_equal) when installing an update, it would appear at about 50% of the update. The blue screen of the death page would keep getting stuck at 100%, so I had to force a shutdown," noted one affected user.
Users can fix the problem by uninstalling the feature update by opening Settings and heading to the Recovery menu.