Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by WhiskeyOmega, Jun 16, 2021.
Great to know that! I need to wait till next week for release in Final.
No. This 22000.282 patch from MS doesn't work for my AMD Ryzen 5900
Finally decide join back Windows Insider Program but this time I choose only Release Preview Channel.
Latest Beta / Release Preview Channel 22000.282 confirmed Fixed the AMD Ryzen CPU L3 Cache Latency Issue.
What is the L3 cache used for?
My Dolby Atmos stopped working with the latest 22478.1012
There is also a delay of almost 10 second when starting some apps.
This OS turns out to be the fuckup of the decade so far.
Maybe software big shots should re-evaluate their personnel, it was never at this scale of issues years ago.
If you look at the frankenstein code size/type, release issues etc its a massive disaster lately.
I updated this on my Retal Windows 11 pro. Gaming performance is very good
L3 read and write looks a bit low, but latency is ok
Cpu benchmark in Tombraider: Higher than ever before
If you want to install this manually without being in the RP/Beta channels download this: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhDpr_05rtbxxF5Rn3QhNJr30Deo?e=oRY7tz
This includes the .cab/.psf update files along with a script that installs them.
(sources: https://github.com/abbodi1406/BatUtil/tree/master/W10UI and UUP dumped files)
All you have to do is download the .zip file, extract the contents, run the .CMD and point it to the updates folder I included, and let it install the updates.
22478 is Dev Channel build, it is means to be buggy and can be extremely not stable.
For daily usage PC is not encourage install Dev Channel Build.
I did an upgrade from the Windows page and I am highly impressed so far. Everything looks nice and sharp and everything works a treat, including my Dolby Atmos. I was a bit worried about having an AMD CPU but Timespy was better than usual and Cold War was fine
Let wait patches release from AMD as well, probably will getting even better result.
So I've been trying out Start11, and i really like it. create different pages with shortcuts, and also add shortcuts to the power button. (I placed control panel and recycle bin there for instance, so i could get rid of the icon on the desktop).
Also i set the taskbar and start menu more transparent. oh and you can resize the start menu , so make it as big as you want.
Yeah, it's really nice. That's how it should have been in Windows 11 to begin with.
I just wish there was an option where clicking on "All apps" would open the Windows 7- style All Programs list with neatly organized nested folders instead of the alphabetically ordered yet chaotic Apps list.
Tried out Start11 yesterday, Windows 11 acts a bit bugged after a while, like slow at starting up programs etc.
Probably some of Start11's shell integrations that need to be fixed, as I recall Start10 had about the same issues when it was released.
Tbh. I don't really understand why MS doesn't give all these options and more, not that it needs to be like Linux, but Linux has tons of desktop GUI options making it way more customizable.
best five bucks i spent this month.
Did you update to 0.91?
I did check for update after installation and authorization, so was on the latest.
Some of the updates require manual installation, this is why I ask. Check Stardock's Forum for more info
Amazon Appstore Preview is released! for Beta Channel user.
Beware this break VMware Workstation even the latest version 16.2.0, I can't find the solution yet beside uninstall this Amazon Appstore.
Also this Amazon Appstore will turn on VBS, if you are the gamer, VBS impact to games performance.
I am speechless! Only Games!
The only not games is BBC Sounds & Flight Tracker 24.
The good thing is you can direct open the apps after install.
VPN required if you stay outside of US, or change your amazon.com region to US.
It still need more polish, it is kind of lagging for the Amazon Appstore. I try Subway Suffers. can play but not very smooth, some frame drops issue.
I need a reality check; are people really content with using an OS where you have to manually acquire an update from a random source to fix a performance issue that Microsoft already fixed over a month ago in their arbitrary Dev channel? And even spending money on 3rd-party utilities to fix a Start menu that Microsoft decided to remake again without implementing basic customization ability?
It's bad enough that people have to even try to justify the CPU performance issue. It's a proven issue on Ryzen with numbers to back it up on all Zen architectures, and both Microsoft and AMD have even admitted they know the issue. People are still downplaying it though and even asking if their CPU is somehow the one and only Ryzen CPU to not be affected.
What is Windows 11 offering to make any of that sound sensible? As far as I can see on-paper, it's not offering performance benefits anywhere (compared to a properly configured Windows 10 install). Nothing is using DirectStorage, and prior to very recently (today?) the Android subsystem wasn't even implemented. Do I have some misunderstandings somewhere?