Windows 11 will be faster! The system optimizes CPU, memory, and storage usage
Microsoft claims that Windows 11 will be faster by bringing greater speed and productivity to computers running Windows 10. Understand why!
With approximately 1 month to public release, Windows 11 had information about performance improvements released by Microsoft. According to the company, its newest operating system promises greater speed and productivity for users.
Through a video posted on the Microsoft Mechanics YouTube channel, Microsoft VP of Enterprise Management Steve Dispensa shows improvements in Windows 11 that affect CPU, memory, and storage in Windows 11.
Windows 11 will be faster
During the video, Steve explains that Windows 11 will be able to save up to 35% in CPU usage and 32% in the case of RAM. Microsoft is also said to have emphasized sleep times and the speed at which Windows 11 starts up after coming out of sleep mode. The operating system will optimize the energy the cores need, ensuring it gets transferred to where it’s needed, without waste. As a result, the time to get out of sleep mode is 25% faster compared to Windows 10.]
Other news that Windows 11 brings
Microsoft significantly changed the look and feel in Windows 11 and added a new interface with faster animations. According to the company, the taskbar of the new OS can affect productivity, but users are divided in opinions, some speak positively and others negatively about this change. In addition, a new multi- monitor setup feature has been added , allowing the system to remember where certain windows were so that user productivity increases.
Release and availability
The Windows 11 will be released on October 5, 2021 , according to Microsoft, and will be available as a free upgrade for Windows 10 users.
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