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Latest Windows 1Windows 10 build brings ‘Ultimate Performance’ mode for professional users
If you’re a professional working in the world of 3D modeling or other similarly performance-hungry tasks, you may already have a pretty beefy system. However, squeezing every last drop of power out of your system is still a worthwhile pursuit.
With the latest Windows 10 preview build, that is exactly what Microsoft is . If you’re running Windows 10 Pro for Workstations and don’t mind your system eating up some additional electricity, Insiders who have opted into the program’s “Fast” ring — allowing them to receive features faster than regular Insiders — will now be able to test a new Windows 10 power scheme called “Ultimate Performance.”
“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 Ultimate Performance Power plan is selectable either by an OEM on new systems or selectable by a user.”
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If you’re having a hard time keeping track of all the Windows 10 editions out there, we won’t blame you for that. Windows 10 Pro for Workstations was introduced last year aimed at server grade PC hardware and power users. The OS runs ReFS (Resilient File System) and scales up for machines with a high number of logical processors and large amounts of RAM.