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Windows 10 Creators Update Gets a Fix For Game Stuttering Problem

13 Setiembre 2017
Windows 10 Creators Update Gets a Fix For Game Stuttering Problem

Microsoft says it has identified "several different problem sources" resulting in some games stuttering, and it has even claimed to have fixed one of the issues. However, this is NOT the final build as we're not done yet. There was a Bluetooth-related bug that caused Settings to crash, and an issue affecting the lockscreen slideshow if it was set to a OneDrive folder containing offline-only images.

REUTERS/Lucas JacksonTerry Myerson, executive vice president of the Windows and Devices Group speaks about Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update at a live Microsoft event in New York City, October 26, 2016.

The new build also brings VPN improvements, like refinements to proxy for UWP VPN profile, MMS usage with VPN connection, IKEv2 Sleep and Power tweaks, and reliability enhancements. The company deployed software from Cylance, which uses machine learning to identify what kinds of tasks apps should be performing and spot any unusual activity. The major front-end advantage is that they will allow vendors to create user interfaces that are unified in look and feel.

The company has just issued the latest preview build, 16288, of the Windows 10 Creators Update to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, bringing a long list of fixes that would cause an outcry if they were released to the public.

So, Microsoft has introduced two-factor authentication for Windows 10 Mobile. For example, it may be required while activating a companion device such as an NFC tag or others. Users would want to see Windows 10 Mobile evolve with more consumer-oriented features and maybe this would be a better strategy. Application restrictions can be configured by either the ApplicationManagement CSP or AppLocker CSP.

Microsoft has opened up its flagship Windows 10 operating system to crowdsourced suggestions for translation corrections with the new Language Community app, made recently available on the Windows Store. In a recent post on the Microsoft support site, Microsoft support engineer Paul Aaron acknowledged that there is in fact a problem, and that a fix is in the works.

"Our number of infected machines has gone way down since we deployed this", said the CIO, who spoke on condition of anonymity.