Recently, a great many gamers suffer from random FPS drops and spikes in League of Legends, CS Go or Dota 2 in Windows 10. Here are top 3 ways to fix FPS drops in games after Windows 10 update.
Method 1. Disable Game DVR to Fix FPS Drops after Windows 10 Update
To fix the FPS drops in games after Windows 10 update, you could try to turn off the Game DVR. Take these steps:
Step 1. Press Windows key + R to bring up the Run dialog.
Step 2. Type “regedit” in the text box and hit Enter.
Step 3. Navigate to the following path:
Step 4. Double-click the value and set the Value data to 0.
Step 5. Reboot your PC.
Method 2. Update Graphics Driver
Once you download and install the graphics driver, install it in compatibility mode. Do the following steps to fix the FPS drops in Windows 10 problem:
Step 1. Right click the driver installation file and click Properties.
Step 2. Click the Compatibility tab.
Step 3. Check the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode for.
Step 4. Click the drop-down menu and select a previous operating system, then click OK.
Step 5. Install your downloaded graphics driver on your Windows 10 PC.
Note: If you are afraid to download a wrong graphics driver by yourself and want to use an automatic driver update utility, Driver Talent is highly recommended.
Method 3. Reduce Hardware Acceleration to Fix FPS Drops in Games
Step 1. Press Windows key + X altogether and click Control Panel.
Step 2. Select View by Large Icons.
Step 3. In Large Icons View, click Display.
Step 4. In the left pane, click Change Display Settings.
Step 5. Click Advanced display settings.
Step 6. Click the Troubleshooting tab.
Note: If your GPU supports hardware acceleration, the Troubleshooting tab will be present.
Step 7. Move the Hardware Acceleration slider to Full.
Step 8. Click OK.
Step 9. Restart your PC.
If you have any questions about how to fix FPS drops after Windows 10 update, don’t hesitate to leave comments below this post.
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