Windows 10 Introduces ‘Ultimate Performance’ Mode for Workstations
– a press release
“This new policy builds on the current High-Performance policy, and it goes a step further to eliminate micro-latencies associated with fine grained power management techniques.”
For Immediate Release – February 20, 2018
Muncie, Ind. – Microsoft is adding a new power mode to Windows 10 Pro for workstations. Designed for high performance usage, the new power mode is titled “Ultimate Performance” and aims to allow users to get the most out of their hardware. Targeting machines with a high number of logical processors and ample RAM, the latest power mode from Microsoft boasts the potential for lower latency and faster file support.
According to Windows Insider Chief, Dona Sarkar, “This new policy builds on the current High-Performance policy, and it goes a step further to eliminate micro-latencies associated with fine grained power management techniques.”
The new power mode is exclusive to high-end workstations and will not be available for battery-powered hardware, such as laptops and tablets.
The new mode will be available in the next Windows 10 update, expected to be released in March or April. While the power option can be enabled manually, PC manufacturers will have the option of shipping systems with the feature turned on.
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