Killer Network Manager won’t work on Windows 10 Creators Update [FIX]

Madalina Dinita
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Many Windows 10 Creators Update users report that Killer Network Manager’s network bandwidth control doesn’t work after the upgrade. More specifically, the tool launches but there is no data usage information available on the screen.

Here’s how one user describes this issue:

I just installed the Windows 10 Creators Update and now Killer Network Manager’s network bandwidth control isn’t working. It doesn’t show any data usage like it should. Any suggestions?

How to fix Killer Network Manager bugs

Usually, outdated versions of Killer Network Manager fail to properly work with Creators Update. The good news is that the latest Killer Network Manager update should fix all the bugs affecting this tool.

Killer Network Manager version 1.1.69.1774 improves the tool’s compatibility with the Windows 10 Redstone 2. Go to Killer Network Manager’s official website and download version 1.1.69.1774. Installing the latest version of the Killer Network Manager should fix all the bugs affecting the tool on Windows 10 Creators Update.

It is worth mentioning that version 1.1.69.1774 also brings an issue of its own. More specifically, users may encounter occasional disconnects in Call of Duty: BO III with Doubleshot/Triple Shot configurations.

For more information about the latest version of Killer Network Manager, you can read its patch notes on the tool’s official website.

If you’ve encountered other network issues after upgrading to Windows 10 Creators Update, use the comment section below to tell us more about your experience. If you’ve come across any workarounds to fix these bugs, feel free to list the troubleshooting steps as well.

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