Windows 10, with its numerous online conditions, isn't precisely the best operating system from Microsoft, however, it's showing signs of improvement. If the latest leak is to be believed. An early internal build of Windows 10 (version 14997) found its way to the Internet. Along with it comes some unannounced features. One of these is what seems to be a Game Mode.
According to Twitter user h0x0d, Windows 10 might sport some console-like functionality in terms of gaming performance. “Looks like Windows will adjust its resource allocation logic (for CPU/Gfx etc.) to prioritize the "Game" when running in "Game Mode”," h0x0d tweeted. Given how the Xbox One does something similar and its code shares a host of similarities to Windows 10, this could very well be possible.
However details are sparse. Right now there’s no telling if it would be restricted to games bought on the Windows Store or apply to games purchased via other storefronts like Steam and GOG. For what it's worth, h0x0d did bring to light that Microsoft was working on x86 compatibility to Windows on ARM devices before it was officially revealed.
Considering how some huge developers like Epic have effectively raised worries on the direction Microsoft is taking with Windows 10, it will be great to check whether it winds up favoring Windows Store games over others. Some new components beside Game Mode incorporate the capacity to introduce the OS utilizing voice commands, a programmed blue light reduction feature and setting themes by means of the Settings application. The Windows 10 Creators Update expected early next year which may have every one of these features and more.
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