Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 11, is restricted in terms of compatible hardware. With particular hardware needed to run it, Microsoft now explains why computers with it perform better than those running Windows 10.
A more optimized system
According to Dispensa, Microsoft has made improvements in memory management and prioritizing performance in windows that are in the foreground, with greater use of system resources, to enable Windows 11 to run more smoothly.
The appearance of these components in the foreground has improved as well. Both the Windows shell and open tabs in Microsoft Edge have become more agile. Because to Sleeping Tabs, a computer with an average memory and CPU usage savings of 32 percent and 37 percent, respectively, which translates into longer battery life
According to Steve Dispensa, a computer using Windows 11 should wake from sleep mode faster than one utilizing Windows 10. The reason, he explains, is that “the calls to hardware components that need to be turned on have been optimized for better overall memory management”.
Furthermore, and already about the program, “starvation has been reduced in critical processing threads, allowing energy to be saved for the threads that need it,” implying that Windows Hello may run up to 30% faster and computers should start with less delay.
All of these changes also have an effect on Windows 11 software updates, which should be about 40% smaller. This is feasible due to a technology that downloads just the necessary files from Microsoft’s servers, resulting in reduced bandwidth usage.
Windows 11, like all previous versions of Windows, is already available in the Developer and Beta Channels (the most advanced and conservative, respectively). It is only necessary to have suitable hardware to gain entry without any limitations to all of Windows 11’s new capabilities, which will be released on October 5.