Windows 11 is a big bet without a doubt. This is reflected in all the care that has been taken not only with the user interface, but also with the way it works. It gets a lot better, however. All because Microsoft has promised that Windows 11 will be faster in 2022. This is of course good news for both work and play.
Attention! Windows 11 will be much faster in 2022!
WinUI is the native Windows user interface that sometimes doesn’t work as well as it should. In some cases, this results in the operating system being slow and crashing. However, Windows 11 also uses WinUI for some components and while the graphical aspect is very interesting it also causes some problems. This has resulted in some people turning to social media to complain of lag and slowness.
Everything is about to change, however, and Microsoft will focus on delivering a faster Windows 11 in 2022. In fact, this giant promises more performance-related fixes in a post on Reddit. However, it is necessary to start somewhere.
This starts by solving problems with the right click, volume control, notification center, and start menu.
Some users report that all of the classic elements being replaced with something more modern resulted in slowdowns.
All of this, of course, has more of an impact on older PCs. This is because the graphics elements of Windows 11 pull on the graphics card and processor. Because of this, Microsoft wasn’t particularly popular with the requirements.
So, and to respond to frustrated users, performance will be Microsoft’s big focus in 2022. A faster start and even faster rendering of screen elements is promised.
In any case, good news for those who cannot do without the Microsoft operating system.