When Creators Update was introduced last October 26, Terry Myerson announced that one of the pillars of the big update of Windows 10 would be the players. Thinking about this type of users, Microsoft will introduce new features to the operating system, such as integration with the Beam streaming network or Game Mode. It looks like this week the Insiders can start testing them with Build 15019.
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Streaming in Beam integrated in Windows 10
One of the most anticipated features for players is the integration of Beam with Windows 10 and Xbox One. On computers with this operating system, the feature will be accessible from the game bar by pressing Windows + G, and with a single button press with The controller in Xbox One. In addition, Beam will emit with a very reduced latency between the broadcast and the chat, thanks to FTL that arrives activated by defect.
Game Mode will give priority to games
The first official appearance will hit the Windows 10 Insiders in the fast ring this week. The game mode will give CPU and GPU priority to the game’s running processes in the background, giving more machine resources to the title to improve its execution.
New Xbox section in the Settings app
Build 15019 introduces a new Xbox section in the Windows 10 Settings application to modify the operating system’s gaming features. For example, from there we can disable options like the Game DVR, the streaming in Twitch, configure the Game Mode and much more.
This update is considered to be one of the best for Windows 10 and Insiders this will start experiencing the different features offered by this updated Windows 10.