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Microsoft fixing Windows 10 'stuttering' bugs in Creators Update

13 Setiembre 2017
Microsoft fixing Windows 10 'stuttering' bugs in Creators Update

Aaron asked that Insiders who try the fix report their results in the thread, and to submit another feedback item if it fails to help.

What's odd is that the issues don't seem to stem from hardware limitations. In response, the school added Nvidia graphics cards to boost the overall desktop performance. The company has updated the preview build to display the Fall Creators Update's official 'Version 1709' and removed the Insider preview 'evaluation copy' watermark. We have a fix in the Windows Insider build that flighted to the "Fast" ring this week (build 16273 and above).

For those not running the Insider test builds, the patches will arrive in October when the new Creators Update hits general availability.

This is right in time, too, as the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 is right around the corner- and with Microsoft promising still more improvements and enhancements for gaming performance on Windows 10 with that one (including an enhanced Game Mode), it would be kind of a bad look for them if their existing promises hadn't yet been fulfilled to begin with. Users would want to see Windows 10 Mobile evolve with more consumer-oriented features and maybe this would be a better strategy.

Two factor Authentication: We are excited to announce that we've introduced a two factor authentication unlock mechanism for Windows 10 Mobile. For example, it may be required while activating a companion device such as an NFC tag or others. Application restrictions can be configured by either the ApplicationManagement CSP or AppLocker CSP.

We fixed some issues where the Maps app navigation would start navigating a route and after performing a reroute, would present a list of possible routes instead of adjusting to the current route.

The company is looking into the matter and checking for the problem. Some people thought that this was due to Windows 10 Creators Update and there was a lot of confusion surrounding the issue but now Microsoft has made a statement and has confirmed that the issue is indeed with the OS.