Microsoft Windows 10 Build 14942 Brings Increased RAM Usage
Microsoft Windows 10 build 14942 has just been pushed out to Windows Insiders and while there are plenty of improvements, it is hard to say that all changes have been made for the best. Grouped service host processes have been used by the software giant ever since Windows 2000 was first introduced. This method was used in order to conserve RAM but now with the Microsoft Windows 10 Build 14942, you can kiss this feature goodbye.
This process will not by used any longer as computers now have more RAM. This, however, is not good news for everyone. While this will be fine for systems that house more than 4GB RAM, systems that house only 4 GB RAM could see a decline in performance. Each service will run separately which increases transparency and you will be able to see what each one is doing.
There are also some other small new changes in the Microsoft Windows 10 build 14942. One of which is hide apps option in the settings. This is one of the most requested features that people wanted. Well, now you have it folks. For now, this options is only for Windows Insiders but this will be coming out to other Windows 10 users as well.
The Photos app has also been updated. Now it has a more polished design and looks better than before. Windows 10 apps are shaping up nicely if I say so myself. What at first seemed like an unfinished OS is getting there slowly but surely. The Photos app will also be coming to Xbox One soon so that is something new to look forward to as well.
Microsoft Windows 10 Build 14942 will be valid until May 1, 2017, after which the OS will not boot. For those who have not updated, I recommend that you do it as soon as you can as all previous versions will not work after October 15.
What do you think about the Microsoft Windows 10 Build 14942.