Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by disq, Oct 4, 2021.
Yes. Beta Channel.
Beta channel is on 22000, need dev channel for android on windows.
AMD cpus tests would be more interesting to see.
But he didn't get the MS update for the L3 cache, in time for this review.
He might do a follow up with AMD CPUs at a later date.
If you run the AIDA64 tests several times, you will not get consistent readings. Sometimes it's 12ns, sometimes 10ns, 11 ns, etc. Don't fret over it.
Its also in close variations with each run so not a big deal.
no, my result always are 10ns in w10, just variation about 10.2ns to 10.4ns range
and w11 are 12ns with variation about 12.4 to 12.8ns
increase aida64 priority to realtime and you'll never see a variation.
Is it possible to do this on Windows 11? dragging the wireless icon to make it hidden until clicking the arrow to reveal it..
Personalise >taskbar > taskbar corner overflow
And that does the same as this?
Has Microsoft made any mention of putting basic functions like this back into windows?
No you can't drag items around the desktop, you can choose to hide or show tho.
I see the exact same L3 cache latency in both Windows 10 and Windows 11 with the fix applied (usually 10 ns or slightly below).
1. I don't understand why i MUST use two keys combination to take screenshot by windows game bar. This is so hard to use. All other apps like geforce experience or bandicam allow you to take screenshot by one key. But Microsoft don't.
2. Auto HDR mode is great feature. But not all gams looks good with it. So I don't understand why we don't have simple tool which allow you to exclude selected games from auto HDR mode. Now I need to have all the time hdr settings on desktop to fast on/off. But this is Irritating.
You can exclude games from Auto HDR by selecting the "Graphics options" in "Display Settings" (Right-Click mouse on Desktop). Once there either find your desired game, click on "Options" and select "Don't use Auto HDR"
I use this: https://github.com/Codectory/AutoHDR
I do not have HDR on at the desktop, with this tool i can add the games, so when the game launches, HDR and Auto HDR is turned on, and turned off when i exit the game. it works great.
Uhm, that is how you can hide and show takbar overflow icons on windows 11.
This is has nothing todo with dragging them around the desktop, the draggin is only in the overflow area, way more convenient way to do it than via settings.
Yes, that does the same thing, doesn't draggin from hide to show and visa versa work on your Windows 11 installation?
It did not work for me.. then spent ages trying to figure it out and gave up on 11 again, thankfully the one good feature 11 does have is the ability to revert to previous OS with no changes made to that previous OS, which I was completely shocked by to be honest.. I was like wtf? I don't need to do anything it's all how it was before updating.
I fell for the amd cache fix hype and upgraded to it again but then strait away saw design problems again with it, interesting to see a popup asking for the reason for reverting to windows 10, guess they are trying to still figure out the problems with 11.
Microsoft should hire more testers instead of making me do it for them.
Odd, works without issues for me, but now I'm not sure if it is a tweak applied with WinaeroTweaker