Do you enable Windows 10 Game Mode to improve your gaming experience? You may want to disable it, as the feature is reported to be causing issues with many different titles.
Introduced in the Creator update in the spring of 2017, Game Mode is designed to improve gaming performance by isolating CPU resources that can be devoted exclusively to optimizing a game. It also limits the background tasks and gives the games more GPU rotations, all of which should bring about a minor increase, though it is more noticeable in the lower ones. system.
But according to some user reports on Reddit (via Guru3D), Game Mode is having a disastrous effect on some titles, causing problems with lower FPS counts, stuttering screens and freeze. It has been found to affect games such as Call of Duty: Warzone and League of Legends.
Problems are not restricted to a particular type of graphic cards, either. Users with both Nvidia and AMD products are affected. Players with the Radeon RX 5700 XT, RX 570, RX 480, and R9 29 were looking for issues, while those with the GeForce GTX 980 and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti were also hit.
It’s unclear how many users are experiencing problems, but turning off Game mode is simple if you want to see the effect. For those who don’t know how, just open the Settings menu by clicking the Start Menu and cog icon. From here, select the Gaming icon, after Game Mode, and use the toggle to disable the feature. Or you can just type ‘Game Mode’ in Windows Search. If you are affected by the delay and the removal of issues, it will be fixed.