Microsoft Windows 11 was recently released with a number of annoying bugs, the most important of which is the memory leak issue, but the operating system problems do not stop there, as Microsoft appears more with the update of its known issues page.
A new bug has been detected in devices running the Intel Killer Network software. Compatibility issues can cause users to drop User Information Protocol (UDP) packets "under certain circumstances".
"This causes performance and other issues for UDP-based protocols. For example, some websites may load slower than others. Slow-moving VPN solutions may also be slower, with Windows 11 running helps you to run Dell SmartByte software, which is designed to increase signal strength when browsing, playing and downloading. It is now pre-installed on some Dell laptops and is enabled by default.
This fix will be released in a future security update on October 12. In addition to That for the errors above, Microsoft mentioned another compatibility issue with Oracle's VirtualBox: Users may not be able to set up virtual machines (VMs) and may encounter an error. N months late to post.
The bug that Microsoft hasn't confirmed yet is a memory leak Report About Users File Explorer collects RAM and does not release it when users open a new window and slows down the system effectively. More than 60 percent of PC users are unaware of the release of Windows 11, and based on these salient issues, Microsoft may prefer to stay the same while working on a more stable version. The general consensus on the latest release of the operating system claims that work is still in progress and the judges' opinions differ. One of the unauthorized decisions, especially the system in question, was TPM 2.0.
Windows 11 problems are increasing, network software may slow down the Internet