DirectStorage won’t be supported in Windows 10

Amora R Jelo

One of the most exciting new gaming features being dropped into Windows 11 is DirectStorage, but Microsoft has confirmed it’s to be an exclusive feature. That means it’s not going to be added as an update to Windows 10. Honestly, that only feels like a problem because we’ll have to […]

One of the most exciting new gaming features being dropped into Windows 11 is DirectStorage, but Microsoft has confirmed it’s to be an exclusive feature. That means it’s not going to be added as an update to Windows 10. Honestly, that only feels like a problem because we’ll have to switch to a ‘new’ OS despite Windows 11 being a free upgrade from Windows 10. 

DirectStorage is a feature designed to fully take advantage of the latent power of NVMe SSDs, specifically in games. Not only has it been created to make compatible games load faster, but to also support the vast, open game worlds modern titles are wont to feature. 

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