Fall Creators Update improves gaming performance, but only for some
This new OS brings a bevy of new features, improvements and bug fixes that will make Windows more stableoverall.
One of the most important and useful changes this update brings is related to gaming performance. As a quick reminder, the Windows 10 Creators Update broke many games and players hoped this release would fix all the gaming issues triggered by the previous update.
Gaming performance on the Fall Creators Update
Indeed, the latest version of Windows 10 adds a series of important improvements that will enhance your gaming experience. The bad news is that not all players will be able to enjoy a smooth gaming experience.
As we already reported, Windows 10 version 1709 fixes the stuttering present in Forza Motorsport 7 and boosts the framerate in other games, something players have already confirmed.
However, other titles such as Black Desert Online are affected by severe issues that often include freezes and crashes. Some players complained that the Fall Creators Update actually makes things worse, claiming that FPS significantly dropped after installing the update.
How to fix game issues on the Fall Creators Update
As we stated above, some gamers still encountered various issues after upgrading their OS. If you’re experiencing stuttering on the Fall Creators Update, you need to completely delete the files related to Game DVR. Simply disabling it won’t eliminate stuttering.
Overall, most gamers will enjoy better gaming sessions after installing Windows 10 version 1709. If you’re into gaming, we recommend you to install the update as soon as possible.
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