At the “What’s next for Windows” event held on June 24, Microsoft introduced Windows 11 with a completely refreshed Start menu, especially rounded corners, new icons, and workflow features. ..
Regarding the gaming segment, Microsoft said here is an important part of Windows 11 as the new operating system will add Auto HDR, a feature in the Xbox Series X/S that will be part of Windows 11. Turning on Auto HDR will be added. High dynamic range (HDR) for a large number of games running on DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 makes them look better than before. Microsoft also promises the speed and performance of gaming on Windows 11 will be better than Windows 10.
To review the gaming perspective on Windows 11, let’s experiment and compare with the old version on Windows 10.
Windows 11 vs Windows 10 | Gaming Comparison
As you can see in the clip you’re watching right now, playing games on Windows 11 isn’t much different when compared to Windows 10. In addition to slightly reducing the amount of RAM used, the visual performance part. Image and CPU temperature have not improved much either.
However, it is possible that this is just a leaked version, so it is not complete and does not say much. Let’s wait until Windows 11 officially launches to test once again whether this is a “for gamers” operating system as Microsoft says.