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AMD took a long time to finally release a driver for its last gen Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs. However, the delay may be worth it as some users are reporting massive performance gains in ray tracing.
The February update for Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) is here. The latest release claims to improve performance by up to 50% in the case of AMD and Intel CPUs, alongside other improvements.
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AMD announced its new Ryzen 7000X3D processors earlier. The company says it worked with Microsoft, and others, to optimize Windows 11 (and possibly Windows 10), to best take advantage of the new CPUs.
Just like a year ago, the latest Windows 11 22H2 vs Windows 10 22H2 tests also show negligible differences between the two latest OS. Even if there's a gap, it is within single digit percentages.
Intel's Clear Linux has lent a hand to AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X, and together, they have managed to extend the performance lead that Linux already had on Microsoft's Windows 11 22H2 update.
Windows 11 22H2 has been tested against the Linux kernel 6.0 running on Ubuntu 22.10. The test candidate was an AMD Ryzen 9 7950X system and just like last time, Linux has once again triumphed.
Linux (Ubuntu) has once again beaten Windows 11 and this time by a reasonably large margin. The comparisons on this occasion were done on AMD's 3D V-cache based Ryzen 7 5800X3D octa-core CPU.
Microsoft and Intel touted special Windows 11 optimization on Alder Lake when it came out. However, the performance gap has shrunk and it could be completely wiped out thanks to new Linux patch.
When Alder Lake was announced last year, Microsoft and Intel touted the special Windows 11 optimization it came with. However, the performance lead is slowly fading away against Ubuntu and Linux.
The Linux kernel version 5.19 could pack hefty gains over version 5.15 according to new tests done on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS against Windows 11 Pro. The comparisons were made on a Ryzen 6000 PRO mobile PC.
The latest comparison between Windows 11 and Linux shows the Microsoft OS struggling to hold its lead against the rival's distros. This is unlike last time, when Windows 11 was often better.
Latest testing by Puget Systems shows that Windows 11 is now able to keep up with Windows 10 in terms of hardware performance, thanks to notable improvements that have been made to the OS.
Via an AUA conducted on Reddit by the Windows Developer team, Microsoft has confirmed that it is focusing on improving Windows 11's performance especially when it comes to the UI performance.
Microsoft claims that it has plenty of changes under the hood in upcoming Windows 11. It has explained how the next-gen OS has been developed to get the best out of available hardware resources.