Windows 11 performance gains get highlighted (video)

Posted on Thursday, Sep 09 2021 @ 21:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Microsoft uploaded a new video that details some of the under-the-hood improvements of Windows 11. The software giant made enhancements to the way Windows handles CPU, memory, and storage. Steve Dispensa, Microsoft Enterprise Management vice president, states that on average, the new operating system will save 37 percent CPU usage and 32 percent memory usage. Furthermore, Microsoft also promises much quicker wake-up times from hibernation.
The Windows 11 team gives an exclusive look at the Windows 11 performance optimizations, improvements to the Windows servicing model and orchestration engine, as well as policy management and the rationale behind Windows 11 system requirements. Steve Dispensa, VP of Enterprise Management at Microsoft, joins host Jeremy Chapman to take you under the hood of Windows 11.

This is the first Windows conceived for Zero Trust and a hybrid work world. For users, we've removed distractions as you work to make it easier for you to focus with the new modern interface and refined aesthetics. For IT, we've made incremental improvements that are designed to fit like a glove in your existing management tools and processes.

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