Windows 11 comes with Dynamic Refresh Rate to help improve laptop battery life

Microsoft has developed a way to use Dynamic Refresh Rate (DRR) in the upcoming Windows 11 to improve laptop battery life. The new OS will lower refresh rates to conserve battery life and automatically level up display refresh rates. With many newer laptops arriving with higher refresh rates in the 120Hz to 300Hz range to ensure smoother video and image performance, it takes a toll on battery life. If you’re someone that owns a gaming laptop or a content-creating system, you know exactly why this development is important. 

It used to be while using Windows 10; you had to manually change the refresh rates to either boost performance or conserve battery but, with Windows 11 automated set up, that becomes a thing of the past. 

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