It seems like Microsoft is constantly seeking to improve its latest operating system, while it will end support for an older one very soon. Windows 7 will not be receiving updates any more starting on January 14, and surely this measure will make a lot of users to upgrade the operating systems from their computers to Windows 10.
If it is a good idea or not to upgrade, it depends mostly on how every user sees the situation. But most specialists are claiming Windows 10 to be the best operating system ever made, and you might want to bear this in your mind. Now, we have yet another reason to like Windows 10.
Windows 10 20H1 is the answer
If you are one of the countless people that are tired of searching for additional software on the web for monitoring the GPU temperature, this might be the news for you. Installing software from a doubtful source is risky, and many times you will also find ‘unwanted’ additional stuff installed alongside the main program.
Windows 10 20H1 promises to bring plenty of new features to the latest operating system made by Microsoft, and among them is also a GPU temperature monitor added to the Task Manager. This already exists within Windows 10 Build 18963, and it will be added to the final 20H1 update. However, the Build 18963 has been already released, and the GPU temperature monitoring feature has been working very well on Windows 10 Insider Preview.
The monitoring of the GPU temperature is very useful for those moments when you need to keep an eye on how much your dedicated video card heats up. We all know that the cards become very hot while being used for gaming or video editing. You shouldn’t set this aside since if you don’t keep them at an optimum level, there could be some nasty repercussions for your computer.