Blogs(Fixed) PUBG Battlegrounds Not Saving Settings in Windows 11/10

(Fixed) PUBG Battlegrounds Not Saving Settings in Windows 11/10

In PUBG: Battlegrounds, many players change the graphics, sounds, and controls to their liking. But some PUBG Battlegrounds Not Saving Settings in Windows because the game doesn’t save them. Every time they start the game over, the settings for PUBG are reset.

One of the most popular online multiplayer games is PUBG: Battlegrounds. But if the game doesn’t save your settings, it can be annoying and time-consuming to set everything back to the way it was every time you start the game. Visit their official website for more information.

(Solved) PUBG Battlegrounds Not Saving Settings in Windows 11/10

Reinstall PUBG

If nothing else works, reinstalling PUBG is the last resort potential solution for settings not saving. Because PUBG is a 30-40 gigabyte game, downloading and reinstalling it is not recommended. However, if corrupted or missing game files cause the issue, this potential solution could resolve PUBG’s not saving settings. If you use Epic Games, you must reinstall PUBG as follows:

  • Open Epic Games Launcher and navigate to the Library tab.
  • In your library, select PUBG and then click the… (ellipses) menu button.
  • Choose Uninstall from the menu.
  • When prompted, click Uninstall.

Delete the GameUserSettings.ini file

  1. To do this, please open the Run command app.
  2. From there, type %appdata% within the box then hit the Enter key.
  3. The File Explorer should open with the AppData folder.
  4. Next, you must open AppData to view the directory.

Edit Configuration Files

  • Go to the game’s installation folder.
  • Locate the GameUserSettings.ini file.
  • Set it to read-only by right-clicking on the file.
  • Select Properties.
  • Check Read-only.

Change the PUBG: Battlegrounds Configuration File

  • Press the Windows + R key to open the Run dialog box.
  • Type %LOCALAPPDATA%\TslGame\Saved\Config\WindowsNoEditor in the Run dialog box and press Enter.
  • Find the GameUserSettings.ini file and right-click on it. Select Open with and choose Notepad.
  • Find the line that says bUseDesiredScreenHeight=True and change the value to False.
  • Save the changes and close the file.
  • Launch the game and try changing the settings again. If it saves the settings this time, the issue has been resolved.

Disable Fullscreen Optimization

  • Right-click on the PUBG: Battlegrounds icon on the desktop and select Properties.
  • In the Properties window, click on the Compatibility tab.
  • Check the box that says Disable fullscreen optimizations and click on Apply and then OK.
  • Launch the game and try changing the settings again. If it saves the settings this time, the issue has been resolved.

PUBG PC Download for Free

Using Steam, you can easily get the FULL VERSION of PUBG on your Windows 10 PC or laptop. The game is available for both Windows and macOS, and once you add it to your Steam library, you can install it on any computer.

The PC version of PUBG is now free for everyone to use. So just open Steam, look for PUBG, and click the “Play Now” button. In a few minutes, the game will be added to your library, and you’ll be ready to go. Before you download the game, make sure your computer meets the following requirements.

Official PUBG PC Minimum Requirements

  • OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4430 / AMD FX-6300
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB / AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 30 GB available space


Is PUBG compatible with Windows 11?

Yes, Now we can Play PUBG Mobile Games on a PC or Laptop running on Windows 11 and Windows 11. The craze of PUBG has taken all over the world, and now it is the most played battle royal game across the globe.

Where is PUBG map located in real life?

The large temple structure on the tropical map of Sanhok is known to be a fast-paced location in the game. Yes, you can actually experience it by visiting the Htukkanthein Temple in Mrauk U, Western Myanmar.

What PUBG settings should I use?

Our recommendation for the ideal PUBG settings is to set Anti-Aliasing to medium. Medium seems to be the sweet spot because objects can start to look blurry if Anti-Aliasing is set higher than medium and can look a bit jagged and unappealing when set lower.

Kevin Hawk
Kevin Hawk
Over the past several years, Kevin Hawk has been writing about various technology-related topics, including computing, gaming, mobile, home entertainment technology, toys, and smart homes. Outside of his professional life, Rob is quite enthusiastic about riding motorcycles, skiing and snowboarding, and participating in team sports, with football and cricket being two of his favorites.
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