Microsoft has released another test build of Windows 11, 22000.282 (KB5006746), to Insiders on the Beta channel. In it, the developers have fixed many known bugs, the main one of which is related to AMD processors, which became known earlier this month. The update notes that the developers have fixed an L3 cache issue that was affecting the performance of AMD Ryzen devices after upgrading to Windows 11.
Recall that after the start of the distribution of Windows 11, a problem was discovered, due to which the performance in applications on computers with AMD chips decreases by 3-5%, and in games there may be a drop of up to 15%. It seems that the developers managed to quickly solve the problem and by the end of the month this fix will be available for devices running the stable version of Windows 11.
The developers have fixed many other bugs as well. Fixed an issue due to which, in some cases, the Start menu did not work correctly and the updated design of the taskbar was not displayed. Fixed a bug due to which BSOD could appear in the early stages of OS boot. Addresses an issue that causes the Windows Management Instrumentation host process to stop working as a result of an unhandled access violation when using Desired State Configuration. Fixed problem with writing data to WMI storage when there is not enough available memory on the device.
Microsoft has also made a ton of less visible fixes to help make the software platform more stable. You can check them out on the developer blog. These patches are expected to be available to the general public along with an optional cumulative update that will be released later this month. In addition, the fixes will be part of the next month's Patch Tuesday update.