Windows 10 feature 2

Windows 10 finally allows you to change refresh rates in a easier way

Microsoft has implemented a new graphical feature in the latest Update for Windows 10. Windows 10 20H2 now allows gamers to change their monitor refresh rates in an easier way. Instead of using the AMD/NVIDIA control panel (or having to navigate numerous menus), PC gamers can now change their refresh rate from Windows 10’s Display Settings.

I’m pretty sure that those with high refresh rate monitors will find this new addition useful. This feature is available on Windows 20H2 Update that you can download right now.

Alongside this change, Microsoft has removed the classic “System” page in the Control Panel. Additionally, the team has improved the Start Menu, and has made some notification enhancements. It has also brought some Modern Device Management (MDM) improvements.

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