Steve Dispensa (Vice President of Windows Management, Microsoft) revealed more about changes that will not be visible at first glance or users will not feel them before the system starts on their computer. We can watch them in a video that was newly published on the Microsoft Mechanics channel on YouTube.
This will apply specifically to web browsers, which are well-known resource wastes, whether in terms of processor performance or system memory. These are the tabs themselves, active and running in the background, and the system will be able to pause those in the background to give peace and not burden the hardware.
According to Dispenza, a 32 percent reduction in memory usage and a 37 percent reduction in CPU usage can be achieved, but of course it depends on the specific case, ie if an application or website can really unnecessarily load the system while running in the background, then by suspending it can be achieved significant savings, that is clear.
However, Microsoft should also optimize the code in terms of hardware control to achieve an overall shorter system response, and it should be less memory-intensive. The programmers also focused on improving the system’s hibernation and waking it up faster, so much so that Microsoft expects a system wake-up comparable to ARM-based mobile phones or tablets. This includes the fact that key system processes running in the background should always have enough system resources available so that they do not “starve”, which in itself was supposed to significantly reduce the wake-up time by about a quarter.
In practice, we will know this on October 5, when the new Windows 11 will be released in its final version as a free upgrade for Windows 10 users. Of course, preliminary versions for Insiders are already available.
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Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.
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