Windows 10 Build 17692 added Performance monitor for games and Control panel feature in Game Bar
Microsoft Recently released Windows 10 ( Redstone 5 ) Build 17692 for insider users with a number of new features such as SwiftKey intelligence, improvements on Microsoft Edge, windows search, Mixed Reality and more. Also With This build, Microsoft started major improvements on Windows Gaming users. Such As including the ability to adjust the audio volume, change the default output device, and see frame rate, CPU usage, GPU memory usage, and system memory usage.
As Microsoft stated, the Game Bar will receive audio controls and performance visualizations in Windows 10 Build 17692. Gamers will be able to change their default audio output device and mute or adjust the volume of games and apps running, and see their game’s framerate (FPS), CPU usage, GPU VRAM usage, and system RAM usage.
- Audio controls. Change your default audio output device and mute or adjust the volume of games and apps running.
- Performance visualizations. See your game’s framerate (FPS), CPU usage, GPU VRAM usage, and system RAM usage.
Performance monitor for your games
This game bar, which you can activate within any game with Windows + G , will now have a section called performance (performance), which will allow us to measure and see a historical graph of interesting data such as FPS, the use of GPU, of CPU or memory.
In addition, we can also control the volume of the audio, the game separately or that of other applications directly from the dialogue. No more having to go to Windows!
And to be able to perform a constant monitoring of the game, we can place this performance in a pop-up window that will remain overprinted during the rest of our game.
Undoubtedly a useful tool to monitor the graphics performance of our team. What do you think About this feature? Also Read Windows 10 Build 17692 New Features and improvements details.