Super resolution technology has been the big talking point in recent years with DLSS, FSR and XeSS all allowing us to enjoy our games a little more, especially on lower end systems. New information has been revealed that shows Microsoft is working on something called “Auto Super Resolution” for Windows 11.
Microsoft Auto Super Resolution
A feature in the upcoming 24H2 version of Windows 11 was spotted by Ghost of Earth on Twitter (Via VideoCardz). Located in Windows 11’s graphics settings is a toggle called “Auto Super Resolution” that uses AI to make supported games or apps run smoother with improved detail. Now, I’m not sure how this would come into play for Windows applications, but it’s thought that media players could take advantage of this without needing to use technologies like RTX Video Super Resolution or FidelityFX Super Resolution.
This technology could be very popular because it will allow scaling without developers needing to implement it in their games. As of now, this feature is not confirmed nor the date of this Windows update, but it will be later this year.