Microsoft has released the first cumulative update for the Windows 11 operating system. The update with catalog number KB5006674 also includes security and quality improvements.
Software giant Microsoft released the first cumulative update for the Windows 11 operating system as part of Tuesday patches. The update with catalog number KB5006674 increases the build number of the operating system to 22000.258. Released as a planned security update, the new patch fixes some issues in the first generally available version of Windows 11.
The Windows 11 operating system, which is basically a much better version of Windows 10, officially came out in the past few days. The new Windows 11, which greatly changed the user experience and design of Windows 10, brought some problems with it.
Microsoft announced that the update it released fixes compatibility issues between Intel Killer and SmartByte network software and Windows 11. Therefore, those who have experienced such a problem before can find a solution by installing the update. On the other hand, AMD admitted that the new Windows 11 operating system slows the performance of applications on computers with Ryzen processors by up to 15 percent.
The US company Microsoft is working on a new update to eliminate this problem. AMD promised that the patch will come out by the end of October. Stay tuned to receive more news about the developments.