NVIDIA has released a new update for GeForce Experience that should address the lower performance in games or applications that some Windows 11 users have experienced after updating to the OS’s new 2022 feature update. Apparently, the update can result in unstable frame rates, stuttering, lower-than-normal CPU usage, and other problems.
From an NVIDIA Support article:
Some users may observe lower performance in games or applications after updating to Microsoft Windows 11 2022 Update
Update to the latest NVIDIA GeForce Experience v3.26 BETA by choosing from one of the two methods below:
a) Manually download the NVIDIA GeForce Experience v3.26 installer from the URL below. Once downloaded, proceed with the installation.
b) From within the GeForce Experience app, open up “Settings” in GeForce Experience and select “Enable Experimental Features”. Then close GeForce Experience. Wait 30 seconds and then re-open GeForce Experience. The app will automatically update to the latest version.
NVIDIA launched GeForce Experience 3.26 last week with an improved version of Shadowplay that now supports 8K 60 FPS HDR recording for GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards. Users will also find optimal settings support for 51 new games, including Elden Ring and God of War, as well as a handful of bug fixes.