Microsoft bringing Xbox Auto HDR feature to Windows

Microsoft plans to add more than 1,000 PC games with HDR support. Similar to Xbox Series S and X consoles, this Auto HDR feature works for Windows 10. This feature adds a large number of DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 games by allowing Auto HDR. However, the type of monitor you have is totally dependent on, and therefore users need to have a compatible HDR monitor.


"During the growth of game studios for HDR gaming PCs by mastering their game for HDR, Auto HDR for PC will only take DirectX 11 or DirectX 12 SDR games. Instead, they would intelligently extend color and brightness to HDR. According to Hannah Fisher, DirectX Program Manager at Microsoft. It is a smooth platform that will give you a fantastic new playing experience that benefits fully from the capabilities of your HDR monitor."

In the latest Windows 10 test development, i.e build number 21337, the Auto HDR feature can be activated. On the latest version of the build, it should be enabled automatically or switched on the display part of the parameter. Auto HDR is now in the prediction and it is not yet supported by all the top DirectX 11/12 games. The company admits that "auto HDR uses some GPU to calculate the power it needs to implement," which also works to improve returns and to fix some problems.


This includes some improvements to virtual desktops, a new File Explorer layout, and some changes to build-in applications such as Notepad.

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