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There's a workaround if you have stuttering in win11 22h2: computer management -> performance -> collecting data -> event trace -> disable "holographic shell". I do not know if this is the only issue microsoft found, on my PC it is all smooth again after the indicated procedure. I think it worths a try.

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1 hour ago, nessuno0505 said:

There's a workaround if you have stuttering in win11 22h2: computer management -> performance -> collecting data -> event trace -> disable "holographic shell". I do not know if this is the only issue Microsoft found, on my PC it is all smooth again after the indicated procedure. I think it worth a try.

Worked for me! Thanks! How do you permanently disable it?

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I've made a bat file with these command lines:

@echo off
logman stop HolographicShell -ets

Then in task scheduler I've made a task with administrator privileges (you have to thick the option) to run the bat file at startup with 30 seconds delay.


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Well as much as DLSS would ultimate help VR performance as it will enable a higher resolution and better effects, I think even implementing something like TAA would help.  MSAA does a lot to smooth out the image but it is a GPU killer even with a RTX 4090.  TAA might provide a good balance between image and performance.

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