Follow Aroged, the update is being made available to users of Intel 6th Gen CPUs and above and is intended to fix an issue with Desktop Window Manager on PC. But the most important thing is that installing this update from Intel will make Windows 10 and 11 even faster.
The update will make Windows 10 and 11 users smoother
Desktop Window Manager is an operating system built-in window manager for taskbar thumbnails, Windows applications, animations, high-resolution screens, and other visual effects. In fact, Desktop Window Manager is part of Windows and appears as “DWM.exe” or “Desktop Window Manager” in the Task Manager results. It is very important to the graphical interface of the operating system and cannot be disabled.
Most of the time, Desktop Window Manager runs in the background smoothly and doesn’t consume a lot of resources. However, a bug can cause it to suddenly take up more RAM and processing power, causing stability issues in both Windows 10 and Windows 11.
While Microsoft has been working on many fixes to address Windows 11 performance issues, Intel has now published a new update that addresses some issues and ensures faster speeds.
In addition, Intel says users will notice improvements in graphics, such as with Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary. However, there are also some games that are affected in terms of frames such as Battlefield 2042 or FIFA 21. Graphical anomalies in games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider have also been resolved.