Microsoft is expected to focus more on improving the performance and responsiveness of its Windows 11 operating system next year, according to online sources. Members of the Windows development team said this when answering questions from users of the Reddit platform “Ask Me Anything”.
During the conversation, one Reddit user mentioned the tendency towards sluggishness of the Windows 11 user interface, which is mainly related to the work of the file manager and the menu that appears when you press the right mouse button. In response, the developers announced plans to increase the performance of the operating system in 2022, including faster rendering of user interface elements.
“Some of what you mentioned is dictated by the performance of WinUI, but some are also probably not related to what our team is doing, but are still important for Windows in general. In addition to focusing part of our UX framework on performance in 2022, we also have a dedicated team that was recently formed to tackle this issue in a more holistic manner. “, – said in a message from the developers.
Obviously, Microsoft is serious about improving the responsiveness of its operating system’s user interface. Anything that makes Windows 11 less responsive when performing simple tasks such as navigating between folders, browsing files, or right-clicking a menu will have a negative impact on the OS’s reputation among users. As Microsoft plans to actively promote Windows 11, these kinds of problems in the OS should be addressed.