Windows 11 is going to offer some serious performance improvements when it comes to opening commonly used apps.
In a freshly made video promoting a few of the performance optimizations that Windows 11 benefits from, Microsoft’s Steve Dispensa, VP of Enterprise Management, concentrated on talking about how prioritized apps can fire up very quickly under the OS – even if the PC’s processor is bogged down with its workload.
Dispensa explains that a lot of work has been done with under-the-hood memory management in Windows 11 to allow giving apps running in the foreground priority when it comes to calling on processor (and indeed all system) resources.
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