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This is the official blog of the Windows Client and Server Performance Teams. On this blog, you'll find feature discussions, deep technical info, tips & tricks, and any other bits of interest to the people that care about making Windows fast.

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    More OpenGL...

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    Just a quick follow up on Prashant & Michael's OpenGL post, I'd like to point readers to the OpenGL Pipeline newsletter. The Khronos OpenGL ARG Working Group has written a nice article addressing concerns about the performance of OpenGL in Vista ...
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    OpenGL and Windows Vista

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    Good afternoon, One area that I get asked about quite a bit is graphics in Windows Vista - most recently, OpenGL. Despite having a graphics background, I'm not too current wrt Vista. To get more info about OGL in Windows Vista, I asked Michael,...
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    Measuring Performance in Windows Vista (configuring the system)

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    Ok, so it's been a long 'couple of days' since my last post but I haven't disappeared, completely. I'm back from vacation, caught up on email, and starting back into writing about Windows performance. One thing I've noticed over the past week or so is...
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    The results are in

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    As I said in yesterday’s introduction, my job as an engineer on the Windows Vista team is to improve performance. I wanted to look at a study that measure a key area that we focused on for Windows Vista – consistent responsiveness during the times that...
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    Greetings

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    Hi, all & welcome to the Windows Performance Blog. My name is Matt Ayers and I’m a Program Manager on the Windows Client Performance team. I occasionally write about Windows but I always seem to fall into the ‘always a blogs-maid, never a blogger...
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