A bug in a test version of Windows causes PC games to crash, Microsoft has announced. The software company says PC gamers should pay attention to that when updating. These are crashes on major titles, such as Fallout 4 and Assassin’s Creed, Microsoft says.
The bug in the Fast Ring update for Windows 10, the alpha versions of the OS, occurs when users run a game in a window and try to go to fullscreen, where the game crashes altogether, Microsoft claims on its known issues page. new Insider build. Microsoft mentions that the bug occurs with The Witcher 3, Fallout 4, Tomb Raider, Assassin’s Creed and Metal Gear Solid V and doesn’t rule out that it will affect more titles.
Microsoft released build 11102 Thursday evening. The build includes one new feature. In browser Edge it is now possible to call up the browsing history by right-clicking on the Back button. The Windows maker previously promised to add more features to the Insider builds at a later date. Microsoft predicted that more and bigger bugs would occur some time ago. The company advised users who are “uncomfortable” with that to switch to the Slow Ring, where updates take longer to come to PCs.