The below posting is from Steve Pronovost, our lead engineer responsible for the GPU scheduler and memory manager.
GPUs in the Task Manager
We're excited to introduce support for GPU performance data in the Task Manager. This is one of the features you have often requested, and we listened. The GPU is finally making its debut in this venerable
What an exciting few months it’s been for Windows 10 Gamers In the last few months, we’ve taken Windows 10 gaming to a new level by partnering with Microsoft Studios to deliver marquee titles such as: Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Quantum Break, and Forza Motorsport 6: Apex (Beta), all of which support both D
Back in April, we described Multiadapter, a DirectX 12 feature which gives game developers the power to light up every GPU on a user's system. Prior to this feature, developers had to rely on help from hardware vendors to use multiple GPUs, with the restriction that the GPUs be homogeneous. DirectX 12 removes all such limitations. In our
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One giant leap for gamers!
It’s been less than 18 months since we announced DirectX 12 at GDC 2014. Since that time, we’ve been working tirelessly with game developers and graphics card vendors to deliver an API that offers more control over graphics hardware than ever before. When we set out to de
As a part of the Windows team, we’re super excited about the Windows 10 Technical Preview that was just released! The final version of Windows 10 will ship with DirectX 12, and we think it's going to be awesome.
We especially encourage gamers to help us make this release great for you by becoming Windows Insiders.&nb
Our mission in the DirectX team is to provide the best graphics API in the world and have it work on as many graphics cards as possible. To do this, we work very closely with game developers and graphics hardware vendors. So, when one of our close partners invites us to an event, we’re always happy to participate.