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Windows 10 Game Mode: How To Enable it

2019-06-12 21:14:07

This way you can enable Windows 10 in Game mode. All the details, below.

The company Microsoft announced some time ago its intentions to expand and improve Windows 10 ineffectively in order to avoid the launch of a new operating system every two years. Which indicated that both new updates and features would be deployed constantly and for free.

The inclusion of a new Games section of the Windows 10 Configuration application, marked with an Xbox logo was one of the additions. This inclusion brought with it a series of new features, especially the game mode.

How To Enable Game Mode in Windows 10 - Simple Guide

Game mode in Windows 10

It consists of rearranging the priorities of your PC, placing the game you are running on top and assigning most of the resources of your computer to that game. Which means that any task in the background is a secondary priority, allowing the game to run in the best way.

Enables game mode in Windows 10

The Game Mode will be automatically activated on any PC that supports it and in each game that supports it thanks to the new updates.

Next we will show you a series of steps so that you can make sure that the game mode is activated for the game that you are playing:

  • 1. To open the game bar press Win + G.
  • 2. Once it is open, you can see a Game Mode icon next to the Settings button at the end of the row.
  • 3. Click on the Game Mode icon to activate or deactivate it.

On the other hand, if you are interested in the fact that Game Mode is always automatically activated for the game you are playing, you should do the following:

  • 1. Click on Settings.
  • 2. Click on the box next to the option Use game mode for this game in the first section of the menu.

And that would be basically all you have to do. It is recommended to verify if the Game Mode is enabled to avoid delays, slow loading times, among other prolemas.

This would be the correct way to enable Game Mode in Windows 10.