The PC also gained two features available on the Xbox series of game consoles.
Of course, don’t forget to use Windows 11 to serve gamers. The operating system Microsoft will launch for compatible PCs in the fall will also bring them two features that debuted on the Xbox series of game consoles.
Visual enhancement supports automatic HDR, making wide dynamic range rendering available in games that don’t support it at all. To use this feature, you need an HDR-compatible monitor, the game must be at least DirectX 11, and it must be whitelisted by Microsoft.
Another important innovation is the DirectStorage API, which is part of the DirectX 12 Ultimate programming interface, which allows loading less CPU-intensive data from storage. This should be specially supported by the game, which can significantly reduce the loading time and reduce the potential performance degradation during the in-game data loading process. It requires an M.2 SSD with NVMe protocol, PCIE 3.0 or PCIE 4.0 frequency band, which means it will be widely compatible with currently available hardware.
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