We are almost two weeks away from the launch of Windows 11 and manufacturers are finalizing the details of the launch. Preparing drivers and polishing the operation of the devices in the new Microsoft operating system. AMD has introduced its new Ryzen and Radeon drivers.

AMD Ryzen and AMD Radeon are now ready for Windows 11

The company has released a new set of drivers for its chipsets AMD Ryzen, graphics AMD Radeon, graphics AMD Radeon Pro and AMD processors with Radeon graphics. These new drivers offer official support for Windows 11.

The version The Ryzen driver comes with official support for Windows 11. This means that all Radeon software features are now enabled. This includes Radeon Anti-Lag, Radeon Image Sharpening, and more.

The update also fixes Windows 11 issues with other supported chipsets. Including those of the 400 and 300 series. Of course, let’s remember that the first generation of AMD Ryzen processors will not have official support of the new operating system and support would start from the second generation of the company’s processors.

In addition to the Ryzen processors AMD has also released the driver Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.9.1. With support for a new feature called “Smart Access Memory” for Radeon RX 5000 graphics cards.

“Windows 11 is just around the corner, and we know that many users are participating in the Microsoft Insider Program. They have access to an early version of Windows. If you are one of those people, now you can take advantage of all the features found in Radeon Software »a spokesman said.

We hope that manufacturers’ support will rise to the occasion and its performance will be improved. As always, the operation of PCs depends on the work between the manufacturers and Microsoft. In the future, the operation and work between both parties should be more fluid than ever.