Microsoft Just Added An Extraordinary New Feature To Windows 10

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Microsoft Just Added An Extraordinary New Feature To Windows 10

Microsoft Just Added An Extraordinary New Feature To Windows 10

We all know very well that the tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, of course, the Windows 10 has undergone some changes since it was released. Now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Microsoft just added an extraordinary new feature to its latest operating system, of course, Windows 10 that will simply blow your mind.

Microsoft Just Added An Extraordinary New Feature To Windows 10

The tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, of course, the Windows 10 has undergone some changes since it was released. As the tech giant, Microsoft always seeks to bring new features and, for this, recently, we reported that the tech giant Microsoft just launched in the Insiders program the new versions of the Windows 10.

Moreover, recently, we also told you that the tech giant Microsoft is taking more seriously than ever to launch alternative methods to the password of a lifetime when unlocking and then working with Windows 10, all with the healthy purpose of increasing the system security.

The tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, of course, the Windows 10 has optimizations to save energy even when the system is in high-performance mode. This is not always interesting for users who perform very heavy tasks that require the most usage of the processor.

That’s why the tech giant Microsoft’s latest operating system, of course, the Windows 10 is gaining yet another power plan: Ultimate Performance.

The new power plan will be available on Windows 10 Pro for Workstations and will not work on computers with batteries, including notebooks and tablets, for now.

It consumes more power than balanced mode and is based on the high-performance plan, but “takes a step forward to eliminate micro-latencies associated with thin power management techniques,” according to the tech giant Microsoft itself.

The Windows 10 Pro for Workstations edition was released in August 2017. It is focused on advanced users and high-performance computers that have up to four server-level processors (Intel Xeon and AMD Opteron) and 6TB of RAM, more than the two CPUs and the 2TB of memory supported by Windows 10 Pro.

The new feature is already available in build 17101 of Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, released this Wednesday (14) for Windows Insider Program participants who are on the fast cycle.

So, what do you think about this new performance mode of the tech giant Microsoft’s Windows 10? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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