Last week, Microsoft accidentally ruined PC gaming performance with a Windows 10 update, inflicting stuttering, body drops, and in some cases, BSOD crashes. While Microsoft says solely “a small subset of users” reported issues after putting in the newest model, it issued an emergency server-side update over the weekend and has since marked the mishap as resolved.

The bug piggybacked on the necessary KB5001330 safety patch, in addition to the elective KB5000842 cumulative update, and isn’t choosy concerning who experiences the array of points. It doesn’t appear to matter whether or not your PC packs Intel, AMD, or Nvidia, however Microsoft states that it primarily impacts avid gamers with two or extra gaming screens of their setup. Developers additionally recognized video games working in full display or borderless windowed mode as a standard denominator, however since that’s just about everybody, it doesn’t slim issues down.

Since the update is finished via the Known Issue Rollback system, you shouldn’t have to obtain something to return your system to regular and get your fps again. It’s already handed the 24 hours Microsoft says it may well take for the patch to propagate to shoppers, too, which means it ought to already be in place.

If you’re nonetheless experiencing issues, Microsoft advises you to restart your system to apply the decision. And within the unlikely occasion you haven’t already obtained it, you possibly can immediate your system to talk with the server by checking for brand new updates.