If you have any doubts about how Windows 11 will work with your games, this is what should give you peace of mind.
If you are going to upgrade to Windows 11 Beta Insider before releasing the final version, here is an additional argument. Nvidia has released its new graphics driver for its GeForce graphics cards. The program not only supports optimal DLSS, but also supports the first version of the new Windows 11 operating system.
Optimization and official support for Windows 11
This latest GeForce Game Ready driver update brings the version number to 471.41. While previous drivers only officially supported Windows 10 and older operating systems, the updated version could be used with Windows 11.
Additionally, this driver offers some updates. DLSS support for Red Dead Redemption 2 is expected to provide 45% additional performance. A total of 13 additional topics receive pre-configured GeForce experience profiles. Profiles are based on the hardware used and ensure optimal gaming experience.
You can download The latest GeForce game ready driver on this link.
For now, the version of Windows 11 can already be tested on the Dev channel, but the first beta should be coming soon.