Optimise Gaming and Streaming Performance via Registry Edit
Multimedia applications use the so-called “Multimedia Class Scheduler Service” (MMCSS) in order to secure prioritized access to the CPU without withholding the resources for the applications with lower priority. Thus, 20% of the CPU power
Thus, 20% of the CPU power is by default reserved for background applications. This means, only 80% remains for multimedia streaming or online games. However, the performance for games or video streaming can be optimised by a
small tweak in the registry database.
Open the registry by typing “regedit” in the
“Run” menu, Open run menu by pressing Windows Key + R or either right-click on the Start menu and Select “Run”.
go to the path “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\
Here, change the REG_DWORD value of “SystemResponsiveness” from “14” to “0”.
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