Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Will Improve Edge’s Performance

The release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is expected for next September but we already have enough information of the news that we can expect from this update, which as we know will be at the level of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

This means that it will be a first level upgrade and therefore will not only extend the functions of the operating system, but also bring improvements that will affect stability, performance and extend the operating system support cycle.

Microsoft has also confirmed that Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will enhance security, improve accessibility for people with disabilities, and provide full support for the Linux subsystem. These are important news, but the company has not forgotten its Edge browser.

As we read in Neowin the giant Redmond with the introduction of EdgeHTML 16 have managed to greatly improve the performance of your browser. Microsoft has offered an official explanation describing how it has been possible to achieve this improvement:

“By downloading rendering to a separate (parallel) thread, independent rendering can improve page load and dynamic content updates, which in turn helps make multi-core processors more efficient.”

In the first tests that the company has been able to confirm a performance improvement of 43% using EdgeHTML 15 and EdgeHTML 16 in a Surface equipment, a fact that is promising although it will be necessary to see what effects it ends up having in real environments.

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