bcdedit /deletevalue useplatformclock Also bcdedit /set useplatformtick yes made some games stutter or behave oddly in my case, same for youtube, youtube stutters for me with the "even" timer command, RivaTuner framerate limiter tends to behave worse with this on as well; both in Windows 10 1607 and 1809, so be careful around using this and believing it will make everything better as some sort of magic, there is a reason why MS made it this way and changing to an "even" number mean nothing, it's a debug command and changing means modifying the O.S because "you know more" and every single person that does this command does not know the reason behind it other than "an even number is better" without any proofs. It used to be an even number on Windows 7, but MS changed this in 10 (and 10 is better for gaming than 7, only some people with an obscure mindset will get mad over this) and people have been gaming on 10 for years before this was discovered and no one reported unplayable games before this. The only command I use is bcdedit /set disabledynamictick yes because is a power saving feature and I don't want that, but I don't touch the timers anymore, this started with Windows "tweakers" from Youtube and then it started to become more popular, but people do it without even knowing the side effects, besides you should think about this: How many programs and games are coded with the "uneven" timer? All of them, any developer that makes a game for Windows 10 does not ever uses these "magic" commands, so this is another thing to keep in mind, leave this alone, there is other stuff you can tweak that can help (MSI modes, debloat O.S, memory management commands, etc) but timers themselves are something that no one except MS engineers could understand and we need to leave them alone. Also if you check MS website on these commands, they said that they only should be used for debugging; meaning used to test very specific stuff or if you literally know what you are doing, not to make PC games "better".