If you had any doubts about how Windows 11 would work with your games, this should give you peace of mind.
If you were going to upgrade to Windows 11 Beta Insider before the release of the final version, here’s an additional argument. Nvidia has just released its new graphics driver for its GeForce graphics cards. The program not only brings optimized DLSS support, but also for the first time support for the new Windows 11 operating system.
Optimizations and official support for Windows 11
This latest GeForce Game Ready driver update brings the version number to 471.41. While the previous drivers officially only support Windows 10 and older operating systems, the updated version can be used with Windows 11.
In addition, this driver provides some optimizations. DLSS support for Red Dead Redemption 2 is expected to deliver up to 45% more performance. A total of 13 additional titles receive preconfigured GeForce Experience profiles. The profiles are based on the hardware used and should ensure an optimized gaming experience.
You can download the latest GeForce Game Ready driver from this link.
For now, a version of Windows 11 can already be tested on the Dev channel, but the first Beta should be soon.