Microsoft is working on new updates to make Windows 11 faster next year

There’s good news for Windows 11 users, especially if the upgrade has left your machine sluggish. Microsoft promises that fixes and updates will be available next year to improve the performance of the operating system, which has been the source of countless complaints from Windows users.

“Performance will be an area of focus for us in 2022,” Microsoft’s Windows developer team stated in a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) post, as reported by TechRadar, saying that the company is working to improve Windows’ responsiveness. “A lot of that emphasis will be on startup/launch performance; in terms of UI elements rendering on the screen (after the framework is loaded), we’ve tested the scalability of doing things like putting 10k buttons on the screen, and so on.”

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One user complained in the same Reddit thread about startup slowness, the widely publicized File Explorer bug, and various menu and language bar items that are slow when compared to Windows 10. Microsoft, on the other hand, is already responding to some of these issues. Though a public version isn’t yet available, Microsoft is already testing some of the updates in the operating system’s current Windows Insider preview build.

Microsoft’s staff asked consumers who have encountered challenges and problems to offer input to the business so that Windows 11 might be improved.

“One method you may assist us is to launch Feedback Hub and enter a performance-related concern,” noted the developer team.

Though stuttering performance is an embarrassment for Microsoft’s latest operating system, there are additional faults that plague Windows 11. Memory leaks, compatibility difficulties, a lack of customization choices, and a jarring design with ancient UI elements mixed in with Windows 11’s current experience are among the most common complaints about the OS. Microsoft also generated news ahead of the release of Windows 11 by limiting upgrade eligibility to newer devices. If you’re on the fence about upgrading to Windows 11, make sure your PC is compatible with the latest operating system. This is especially important given the performance-wrecking problems that are still there.

Microsoft isn’t the only corporation that has been chastised for its current operating system release due to poor performance. Those who have upgraded to Apple’s most recent MacOS Monterey have also encountered poor performance, which has been linked to an issue that causes memory leaks.

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