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Guarantee against upgrade lifted



Windows 11, version 22H2: deployment will be extended

Microsoft had found that upgrading to Windows 11, version 22H2 caused problems for users who upgraded to this version. The performance of some games and applications on Windows 11 may be slower than expected or even jerky. Affected games and applications inadvertently enable GPU performance debugging features that users are not supposed to use.

Microsoft applied a compatibility lock on devices affected by this problem since November 12 and therefore did not offer the update. In the meantime, however, everything seems to be under control as the protective measure has been lifted and users can now update to Windows 11. Users should note that upgrading to Windows 11 may take up to 48 hours if no other protection applies to the device. If users restart their device and check for updates, they may be offered sooner.

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