Microsoft to introduce new, cooler, more reliable, less-fuss coolant engine in Windows 10, Insider Previews
Posted On July 16, 2021
Microsoft is planning to roll out a new, more efficient cooling technology in Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 Insider Preview, according to the latest details from an internal memo.
The memo, published by The Verge, shows that Microsoft is “committed to making Windows Server cooler and quieter.”
Microsoft is reportedly planning to release a new cooling engine in the first half of 2020, with a new coolant design that would be more efficient and less prone to overheating.
That could mean a new CPU, GPU, and memory cooling solution for both server and desktop workloads.
The company is also reportedly planning a new processor cooler in Windows 2019, and it would likely use the same design as the one that’s in Windows 8.1.
This is not the first time Microsoft has experimented with cooling technologies in the last year, with the company using the company’s own cooling technologies on the Surface Pro 4.
Microsoft’s current plans to introduce its own cooler to Windows 10 are likely to be announced in the coming months, as it has announced several different cooling technologies for Windows 10.
The latest details also suggest that Microsoft will use a single cooling engine for both servers and desktops.
Microsoft will introduce its next-generation cooling solution using a single engine for servers, and will continue to use the technology in the future for both desktop and server cooling.