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Windows 10 launched with lofty plans of conquering the PC ecosystem with its brand new and "immensely effective" UWP system that was supposed to make games and applications not just more convenient, but also safer.

Unfortunately, almost every Windows 10 game launched in a rather dismal state, and required at least two weeks of patching before things got in working order, but Microsoft is now taking steps towards remedying some of these constantly appearing issues. An update that should be arriving in a couple of hours will bring with it support for Freesync and G-Sync, but most importantly, unlocked framerate for UWP games and apps.

If you're interested in all of the technical details I would recommend you head over to the official blog where Microsoft goes in-depth on all of the changes, and what exactly they mean for both gamers and developers alike.

As a final note, Quantum Break, the most recently released Windows 10 game, has now been fixed up and is perfectly playable for nearly any configuration. If you were waiting to see all of the bugs ironed out before sinking your teeth into it, now would be the time.