Windows 11 will most likely be presented this month – a preliminary version of the operating system was leaked on the net a few days ago. Current benchmark tests now show how much faster the new system should be compared to its predecessor Windows 10.
The new Windows 11 will now be presented on Thursday. The first preliminary version of the new Microsoft operating system has already found its way onto the Internet. And based on this, comparisons could be made about how much faster Windows 11 is compared to Windows 10.
Windows 11 is not going to be Microsoft’s big new hit. Instead, the Redmond-based company has fine-tuned the system a little and improved the look. Let’s see if this justifies everyone switching to the new version.
But what should be noticed immediately is that the new version seems to be superior to the previous version, at least in terms of speed. This should be proven by the results of various benchmarks:
- Geekbench multi-thread test 5.8% faster
- Geekbench single-core: 2% faster
- Chrome v91: 10% faster
- Cinebench R23: 8.2% faster
- 3DMark: A little slower, as not yet optimized for Windows 11
Even the pre-release version of Windows 11 is faster. After further optimizations of the final version, there should certainly be a few more percentage points to tease out.