Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Introduces TruePlay Anti-Cheat Measure For Games
Microsoft has been continuously rolling out new updates for Windows 10 that bring new features and fixes and with the latest Windows 10 fall creators update, Microsoft has added a new anti-cheat system called TruePlay which according to Microsoft, is a tool to help PC devs to combat cheating.
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has been rolled out and as we mentioned above it will bring TruePlay to your PC along with other features. According to Microsoft, those PC games that will use this feature will run in a “protected process” designed to guard games against a common way for cheaters to access game’s code.
The system will collect data throughout the game session and will report back if it notices any notorious behavior from the player. The data that will be collected by this anti-cheat method will only be shared with the developers and only in the case of suspected cheating.
Also, developers can exclude certain parts of the game like the single-player campaign from being monitored by this anti-cheat measure and players will have to option to toggle this feature on and off through Windows settings but, users will not be able to play multiplayer games that use this anti-cheat measure.
Also, we hope that Microsft will resolve the gaming performance issues that were introduced with Creators update that launched a few months ago. Microsoft has admitted that the Creators update introduced some gaming performance issues.
Also, the Fall Cretors update will also ditch some features that are included in previous versions. 3D Builder, Outlook express, IIS 6 Management Compatibility, System Mapping Backup (SIB) solution, Microsoft Paint are just a few features that will be excluded forever.
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