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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:58pm 21/01/19 | 1 Comments
Posing the questions: What do you want Windows to do (or stop doing) while you’re playing a game? What can Windows do to optimize your gaming experience? What other gaming features would you like to see? Of course, any constructive response regarding Windows and gaming will begin with taking a deep breath.

Putting on our own Windows 10 design hat for a moment, the main thing that we'd love to see is the expansion of the Xbox App with a better optimised and integrated store that takes full advantage of Game Pass and the Play Anywhere features of Windows 10.

There are already a number of great suggestions including optimising the OS to disable processes when in "game mode" to being able to easily stream from your PC to your Xbox One console.

To provide your own ideas and feedback or vote on the existing suggestions - head here.

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Posted 05:22pm 21/1/19
Submitted my own idea... give more control over which monitor the game appears on. Lets see if it gets approved.

I would find it useful when plugging the laptop into a better screen. A lot of games automatically chose the primary monitor no matter where or how you start the game.
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