Unlike all the semi-annual updates that Windows 10 has received so far in its more than four years of life, the next version of the operating system, currently known as 19H2, will be more like a Service Pack for optimize performance and stability instead of focusing on adding new features.
The one that could end up calling Windows 10 October 2019 Update To continue with the formula of the last three releases, it has been tested for a while by the Insiders for several compilations and its development seems to be very close to completion. In addition, according to an entry in the Windows blog, 19H2 arrive with some quite interesting changes for those with Intel CPUs.
Windows 10 19H2 optimize how the instructions are processed by the CPU
As our partners in XatakaWindows explain, this improvement It could mean an increase in autonomy in our equipment if they have an Intel processor. Microsoft has worked to improve the rotation system in the different CPU cores, which in the case of Intel have different frequency and voltage characteristics.
These differences may mean that some cores (called "favored cores") may receive a performance boost. Thanks to the technology Intel Turbo Boost Max The system can identify what these cores are and send you the most intense tasks.
Although Windows 10 already supported that Intel technology, now Microsoft includes several optimizations in how exactly the instructions are distributed to those favored kernels, and with this it is hoped to improve the performance and reliability of the operating system and applications.
Only Intel processors that support Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 and 3.0 technology will benefit from this. The list includes all the Intel Core i7 and also the i5. In addition to the Intel Core X-series, the Intel Core family i7-69xx / 68xx, the Intel Core i9-7900X / i9-7920X / i9-7940X / i9-7960X / i9-7980XE / i7-7820X / i7-9800X , the Intel Core i9-9820X / i9-99x0XE / i9-99x0X, the Intel Xeon E5-1600 v4 family, and all Intel 10th generation processors.
The small update of Windows 10 autumn is near, and arrive with good news for those who have Intel processors