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Having weird issues in windows 11 dev preview

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It's a preview of the current state of Windows development. It's not intended for production use. If you're a developer yourself, you can use it to make sure your software is compatible with upcoming Windows versions, but otherwise you should stick to release versions.

so I have this weird bug happening in dev builds in windows 11. The system process in task manager(ntoskrnl.exe) uses 15% of cpu everytime in background. But if I open GeForce experience, the system process goes 0. If I close then system usage borks to 15%. I don't know if it's issue with windows 11 build or my laptop itself.

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My coworker kept the Win 11 Dev Preview on his work computer and it had a ton of issues. He had to bite the bullet and reinstall the full release public version in order to fix it. Now that it's full release you shouldn't be on the Dev Preview anymore anyway.

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It's a preview of the current state of Windows development. It's not intended for production use. If you're a developer yourself, you can use it to make sure your software is compatible with upcoming Windows versions, but otherwise you should stick to release versions.

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