Windows 11 introduces significant performance improvements
Microsoft is set to announce Windows 11 next week, after a version of the new operating system was leaked this week.
And one user talks about some big improvements in the performance of Windows 11 compared to Windows 10.
And a YouTube user posted a video approximating the two operating systems, claiming to be using an official version of Windows 11.
Although the version used is 21996.1, but it is clear that it is different, as it shows some features that were not present in the leaked version.
The laptop used has an Intel Core i7-10875H and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super.
According to the video, the take-off time is shorter and is 13 seconds instead of 16 seconds. Which is a good sign for Windows 11 performance in general.
One of the tests it performed was Time Spy in 3DMark, which jumped from a score of 6,872 to 7,613.
Windows 11 introduces performance improvements:
This is an increase in the CPU and GPU, with the GPU score increasing from 6,927 to 7,426, and the CPU score increasing from 6,573 to 8,886.
And in its storage test via CrystalDiskMark, the results were also good.
For Geekbench, single-core performance increased from 1,138 on Windows 10 to 1251 on Windows 11. The multi-core score increased from 6,284 to 7,444.
It appears that Microsoft is adding some new power management. And the YouTube user who did the test uninstalled any ASUS software that might have been controlling the fans, so everything that happened there was OS controlled.
It was noticed that the fans operated differently during the tests. The cooler the CPU and GPU, the better the performance.
But the temperatures don’t seem to reflect that. When running 3DMark, the results indicated that the atmosphere was hotter, but the fans were running louder and more uniformly.
Next week, Microsoft is supposed to talk about performance when it officially announces Windows 11.