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Windows 11 users complain that they can't play PUBG, here's why


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Before being released to the public at the end of next year, early users can try out the Windows 11 Developer Preview operating system (OS) by joining the Windows Insider program. However, the Windows 11 version complained of problems and even made Player Unknown's Battleground (PUBG) users unable to play the game made by Krafton. This complaint comes from a number of PUBG players on the Reddit forums. According to them, the Windows 11 operating system failed to be recognized by the BattlEye anti-cheat system that protected the game. So, PUBG players who use Windows 11 OS are even considered to be using cheats. Because it was detected using a cheat tool, BattlEye will actually block users from playing PUBG.

When I ran the PUBG game to check its performance on the Insider version of Windows 11, I was 'kicked' from the game by BattlEye for using 'VMware'. I can't even get into the game anymore," said one user.

A number of users have also complained about the same thing. However, another user claims that this BattlEye system will only "kick" the user out of the game, not block (ban) the account directly. Hearing these complaints, PUBG Corporation as the developer confirmed that the BattlEye system which considered Windows 11 a "cheat tool" had been fixed. "The PUBG team has fixed the problem (BattlEye) recently. Players can now play PUBG games using the Insider version of Windows 11 smoothly," said a PUBG moderator at the forum, as quoted by KompasTekno from Reddit, Thursday (8/7/). 2021). For information, the use of VMware or virtual machine type software has not been allowed by the BattlEye anti-cheat system for a long time because it is often used to use cheats.

VMware itself is software or OS that runs or is installed in an OS without having to install it permanently into storage space. Usually, software that relies on the Virtualization (VT) feature is used to process an OS like Ubuntu, old OS, new OS, and so on. The PUBG player complaint said that BattlEye mistakenly assumed that users were using VMware, even though they were using the Windows 11 OS installed on the system, not installed using the VT feature.

VMWare Boss Appointed as Intel's New CEO

Intel CEO Bob Swan will soon step down from his position on February 15, 2021. The American chipmaker Intel announced that Swan will be replaced by Pat Gelsinger, who is CEO of virtualization services company VMware. Gelsinger who had worked at Intel also resigned from VMware. He said it was good to be back in his old office. "I joined Intel when I was 18 years old, fresh out of the Lincoln Technical Institute," he said on a page on Intel's website.

Omar Ishrak, chairman of Intel's independent board, appreciated Swan's contribution to the company during his tenure. He is optimistic that Intel under Gelsinger's command will be able to take advantage of the opportunities that exist in the future. "Pat is a proven technology leader with a track record of innovation, talent development, and deep knowledge of Intel," said Ishrak, as compiled by KompasTekno from TechCrunch, Thursday (14/1/2021). Swan himself was only appointed as CEO in January 2019. Prior to that, he had served as interim CEO for seven months following the resignation of the previous CEO, Brian Krzanich.

Swan was under a lot of pressure. During his tenure, Swan was allegedly often criticized internally because he did not have a technical background. Prior to joining Intel, Swan was known to have served as eBay's chief financial officer and had worked at venture capital firm General Atlantic. Unlike Swan, Pat Gelsinger has worked at Intel for 30 years. He was also Intel's first chief technology officer. The pressure faced by Swan seems to be getting stronger because last year Intel faced many challenges, especially from its close competitors

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