Microsoft fixed the issue preventing installation of Windows 10 build 16288

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A recent build of Windows 10 had a number of files related to Windows 10 on ARM (ARM64), and it seems like Microsoft has already started uploading ARM64 builds of Windows 10 for Windows Update. MS PowerUser speculates that it's unlikely for Microsoft to fix the issue with a cumulative update, meaning gamers would probably have to update to the Fall Creators Update entirely once it rolls out this October. 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. Although some found that disabling Xbox Game DVR feature resolves the issue, the temporary solution did not work for everyone.

And thanks again to everyone who provided feedback and traces - we are listening and you're helping us figure it out.

This programme is essentially a managed crowd of people voluntarily providing feedback on Windows products and services. We have been analyzing the traces from your feedback and have identified several different problem sources surfacing as stutter in games. You can find instructions on joining the Windows 10 Insider Program here: Hopefully these gaming fixes can be rolled into that release for all users. When the Windows Store first opened its virtual doors back in 2012 there was a limit of five. "We have a fix in the Windows Insider build that flighted to the 'Fast' ring this week (build 16273 and above)". However, the increase doesn't look to be that widespread, looking at page comments, most respondents say they are still limited to 10 apps, maximum. The bugs have been affecting players ever since the Creators Update landed, and seem to complex for Microsoft to fix them that quickly.

Have you experienced stuttering and framerate drops on your Windows 10 machine?

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