DLSS and FSR might get a rival soon.
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NVIDIA has DLSS, AMD has FSR, Intel has XeSS, and soon Microsoft might join their party with its own AI upscaler. X/Twitter user PhantomOcean3 has discovered a "super resolution" feature in a test version of Windows 11 hinting at the company working on a tech that will let you "use AI to make supported games play more smoothly with enhanced details."
PhantomOcean3 also showed a notification that users will get when they launch a game, offering to enable Auto Super Resolution.
It's not clear who will be able to use the upscaler. As Microsoft doesn't manufacture GPUs, there is a chance it will work with any hardware, like FSR and XeSS and unlike DLSS, which requires an RTX card.
According to The Verge, Microsoft will also present an improved color management feature for Windows 11, allowing you to change color profiles, set defaults, and more. Auto color management will make sure "your apps and other content have accurate colors on this display."