The world’s biggest computer maker is giving the industry a taste of its own medicine with its latest software update.
It’s the latest step in a series of software releases that are aimed at fixing a range of problems.
In its first release, Unity 5, the maker of the popular game software, has introduced a number of improvements.
It includes improvements for its game engine, improved support for virtual reality, and a new “user interface” that includes a list of “user settings” and a quick access to the main menu.
Its release comes as the tech industry has been grappling with the fallout from a string of major cyberattacks that have hit dozens of organisations, including Sony, Adobe and Apple.
“The user experience is so much better now that we are able to make the UI as smooth as possible for a more immersive experience,” said Mr Ritchie, head of software engineering at Unity.
“It has been a long time since we have had a game engine that was so polished and responsive.”
While the new version is a good sign for the industry, the update also comes with some major technical changes.
First up is the new rendering system that is built on top of a new GPU called the GPU-accelerated Mobile Rendering System (GAMROSS).
It is a new graphics processor that takes advantage of a GPU’s processing power to render a wider range of complex objects and textures.
“We have also improved the overall performance of the rendering pipeline,” Mr Riggins said.
“There’s been some improvements in performance on some tasks but we are not able to show that yet.”
“The performance is a little bit higher, but we’re not showing it yet.”
While improvements to the rendering process are certainly welcome, Mr Riggensays the update has a number other changes.
The latest update has added support for Windows 10’s new Game Mode, a feature that lets gamers take control of a game’s graphics engine by adjusting settings such as resolution and framerate.
While this feature is intended for games that have traditionally been set up on older hardware, it is currently available to many PC games.
“As you can see, it can be a little tricky at first to understand, but it will get easier as you get more experience with the new features,” Mr Sorensen said.
As well as improving performance, the latest update brings a number new features.
For the first time, it supports the Windows 10 game controller, allowing players to use it in new ways.
For first time users, the app has also been able to run alongside the Xbox One controller.
“I think it’s pretty amazing.
I’ve never really seen it before,” Mr Parnell said.
For Windows 10 users, Microsoft has also added a new feature that allows them to automatically download games from the Xbox Games Store when a new game release comes out.
It allows them the ability to see when new games are coming out, automatically download them and play them immediately.
“It’s a huge step forward for the games community,” Mr Korn said.
The update is expected to be released on Monday.