Among the reported problems are listed drops in framerate, clicks and hiccups of various kinds, and even uncertainties in video playback:
"So I rolled back to Windows 10 1909 build 18363.1500 and I have no problem with the latest Nvidia drivers, even YouTube runs smoothly without stuttering and vsync works smoothly, there is something wrong with Windows Update," wrote one of the users on the Nvidia forum.
To address this unfortunate misunderstanding, Microsoft has released an emergency fix via the feature KIR (Known Issue Rollback). This kind of urgent update is delivered to users' PCs tramite Windows Update and allows Microsoft to quickly disable the code contained in one of the latest system updates to fix unexpected bugs.
One of the BleepingComputer readers pointed out that it is possible to check if this fix has been installed by going to the registry key “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlFeatureManagementOverrides41837593227“.
In case you can't find it, don't worry! The update is still rolling out and may still need to reach your PC.
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Windows 10, an official Microsoft fix solves the problem of the drop in FPS