For many users, although Microsoft has released the May update, but many people still stay on Windows 10 system v1909, 1903, the two together accounted for nearly 80%. In August, v1909 was the most popular version of the system, accounting for 35.5 percent of the market share of Windows 10, followed by v1903 at 33.5 percent, according to AdDuplex, a statistical research firm.
In addition, this year’s launch of v2004 (that is, we often say the May update) share rose from 11% in July to 24.1%, and this share rose slowly, with Microsoft itself has a relationship, system problems continue, so that many users seeking stability deliberately avoid it.
Recently, Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 will adopt a new API called DesignStorage, which will bring a better gaming experience and improve game performance.
DirectStorage brings best-in-class IO technology to Windows 10 PCs, dramatically reducing game load times.
DirectStorage is designed for NVMe-driven PCs, and if your device doesn’t support the API, don’t worry, your gaming experience won’t get any worse, and DirectStorage-based games can still run as they do now. With the new DirectStorage API and supported hardware, Windows 10 can further improve I/O performance and reduce CPU load, and allow users to take advantage of higher bandwidth storage devices.