Microsoft was believed to be working on a DLSS-like AI upscaling feature for PC games. A Twitter user, PhantomOcean3, discovered the feature in the latest test versions of Windows 11. This automatic super resolution is expected to make supported games play more smoothly with enhanced details using AI. If true, this would compete with technologies like Nvidia’s DLSS, AMD’s FSR, and Intel’s XeSS, demonstrating Microsoft’s push to improve gaming and graphic technologies.
What was unveiled was reliable to Nvidia’s DLSS technology, promising increased game frame rates and image quality through AI upscaling. While Microsoft has yet to announce the feature officially, the news generated excitement among Windows 11 users. Microsoft’s new super resolution feature is expected to improve color management for the latest OLED monitors. The improved color management feature will allow Windows 11 users to set color profiles for sRGB and DCI-P3, and there’s also a new feature that will automatically control these various color profiles.
It’s anticipated that the new feature will be integrated into the main display settings area of Windows 11, ensuring apps and other content have accurate colors on the display. However, it remains unclear if this will also enable Windows 11 users to easily adjust gamma curves. Hopefully, this development signals Microsoft’s increased investment in HDR support on Windows 11, promising a more immersive experience for gamers and PC users alike.