Or so we are supposed to believe due to the next OS build.
There’s an interesting catch coming from Twitter user Walking Cat. Let us show you his tweets:
.@h0x0d looks like Windows will adjust its resource allocation logic (for CPU/Gfx etc.) to prioritize the "Game" when running in "Game Mode"
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) December 28, 2016
It’s interesting info – as we know, there’s a Creators Update for Windows 10 scheduled to release at the end of March 2017. There are many elements of this update but the Game Mode wasn’t revealed until now.
It’s unclear how this mode will work, but Windows Central reports that “this feature works similarly to how Xbox One handles running a game. Xbox OS, when a game is launched, will allocate resources to make sure the game is running the best it possibly can.”
It’s unclear how Game Mode will work with various platforms (Steam, Origin, Uplay etc.). What’s easy to notice is the fact that PCs and Xbox One consoles are becoming closer and closer with every update. A foreshadowing for Project Scorpio, maybe?