Windows 10 April Update triggers games crashes, stutter and errors [FIX]

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Windows 10 April Update game bugs

If you’re a gamer, then maybe you should wait for a few more days before installing the Windows 10 April Update on your computer. Recent reports suggest the latest Windows 10 version causes quite a few gaming bugs that may severely limit your gaming experience.

Windows 10 April Update game issues

1. Games stutter

Gamers become unplayable when they overwrite standby memory. For example, if you open an antivirus or antimalware tool and you then launch your favorite games, you’re going to experiencing severe stuttering. So, the best solution is to simply limit the number of apps and programs running at the same time. In this manner, your computer will direct all the resources to the games that you’re playing.

Games stutter when they are forced to overwrite standby memory. Continues to be an issue on a fresh install on 1803.

2. Gamers can’t use their microphones

Hey, there is a bug that for, as a gamer, is frustating. I cant use my mic anymore since the update. I already tried to reinstall drivers, using windows troubleshoot but nothing has fixed it. i really need to fix this problem.

First of all, make sure that you allowed games to access your mic. Go to Settings > Privacy > Microphone > check the option ‘Let apps use my microphone’. If the issue persists, check out the troubleshooting guides listed below:

3. Games sometimes crash

To prevent game crashes after installing a major Windows 10 update, you need to manually uninstall and reinstall your graphics card drivers (aka perform a clean install).

There you go, we hope that these quick tips helped you fix game stuttering, crashes and microphone issues. If you encountered other game problems after installing Windows 10 April Update, tell us more about your experience in the comments below.

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