The November 14, 2023 update for Windows 11 specifically targets versions 23H2 and 22H2. It successfully corrects a bug affecting AMD systems. This problem had been identified following the publication of KB5032190 on September 26, 2023. It caused user parameters in the Adrenalin software to be reset. Even overclocking configurations, after each system reboot, were affected. The problem mainly affected various AMD profile settings such as “rage mode” and processor overclocking.
With the introduction of the November 2023 update, Microsoft has effectively resolved these compatibility issues. Users can now retain their personalization settings and preferences after rebooting. To take full advantage of these improvements, users are recommended to use Adrenalin software version 23.10.2 or later. This is in coordination with Windows 11 KB5032190, part of the November 2023 Patch Tuesday.
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On the other hand, this update has also introduced some disruptions. Microsoft has acknowledged problems with desktop icons in multi-monitor configurations, particularly for those using Copilot.
In addition, bootloop incidents have been reported, as reported by Windows Latest. These new problems highlight the complexity and potential side-effects associated with software updates in Windows environments.
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