According to recent reports, Microsoft will optimize the system’s multi-screen display in Windows 11. From the reports so far, the Microsoft Windows 11 will officially arrive next week and it will improve the user experience. At present, there are some problems with the multi-screen display in Windows 10. For example, when using two or more monitors, if the user keeps the device still and enters the sleep state, the windows in multiple monitors will fill a single monitor. This issue will affect multiple monitors connected using the DisplayPort interface. According to Microsoft, it will tackle this issue later.
However, in a new peak into the Microsoft Windows 11 preview version, the company has added a new feature to the system. This feature allows Win11 to remember the position of each window under the multi-screen display. In addition, there is an option in Win11 to minimize the window under a monitor when the monitor is not active. This is necessary so that it will not affect the layout of other windows.
Windows 11 performance on par with Windows 10
Presently, there is some information regarding the performance of the Microsoft Windows 11. HotHardware recently did a comparison (synthetic benchmarks) for identical systems running on the new Windows 11 and Windows 10. The testing device is Dell XPS 13 (Intel Core i7-1065G7) and Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7 (AMD Ryzen 7 4800U).
According to the testing report, the installation process for both systems is identical. Of course, the Win11 has changed in its sound, taskbar and icons.
On Geekbench, the result of testing between Windows 11 and Windows 10 are comparable. However, on PCMark 10, Windows 10 performs better than Windows 11. The gap though not massive but noticeable. Windows 10 had a clear lead in the Essentials test. But in the Digital Content Creation test, the alignment of forces has changed – here Windows 11 has already taken over, but only in the AMD-based system.
In the Speedometer 2.0 browser benchmark, Windows 11 scores significantly higher than Windows 10. In Cinebench R23, Windows 11 shows a performance decrease of about 10% relative to its predecessor.
On 3DMark Night Raid, the AMD Ryzen computer performs similarly on both operating systems. However, the Intel laptop shows a 4% drop in performance on Windows 11.
It is important to note that Microsoft is still optimizing the Windows 11 operating system. The honest truth is that the build that will arrive next week may be significantly better than the current build. The company still has several months to prepare Windows 11 for mass distribution. The mass distribution of this system will probably commence this fall.