How to Disable Fullscreen Optimizations in Windows 10



The Fullscreen Optimizations feature is enabled by default. Generally speaking, it could prioritize CPU and GPU resources to bring a better gaming experience to gamers. Unfortunately, quite a few gamers reported that they experienced the FPS drops when in fullscreen mode and want to disable Fullscreen Optimization for games. Here are top 2 ways to disable Fullscreen Optimizations in Windows 10.

1. Disable Fullscreen Optimizations for Games in Compatibility Settings

To disable Fullscreen Optimizations for games in Windows 10, do the following steps in Compatibility settings:

Step 1.Right-click on the .exe file of your game.

Step 2. Click Properties.

Step 3. Go to the Compatibility option.

Step 4.Check the option Disable fullscreen optimizations and click Apply.

2. Disable Fullscreen Optimizations for Games in Game Bar Settings

To disable Fullscreen Optimizations for games in Windows 10, you could also take these steps in Game Bar settings:

Step 1. Click Start and then click Settings.

Step 2. Click Gaming.

Step 3. In the left pane, click Game bar.

Step 4. Uncheck the option Show Game bar when I play full screen games Microsoft has verified.

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