4K and HDR+ support is finally here on Windows 10, and we’ve got some great games to play in HDR+.
The best games that are ready to play on your PC are also the ones that will be the best HDR gaming for your HDR+ gaming system.
Here’s a quick rundown of the HDR+ options available in Windows 10:When you’re using a high-end PC with 4K or HDR gaming hardware, it’s important to know how to properly configure your PC for optimal performance.
We’re here to help.
In this article, we’re going to walk you through the basics of HDR+ on Windows and explain what to do when you need to switch to HDR+ mode.
We’ll cover what you need, when to switch, and what to expect when you do.
Let’s get started.
When you first open the Windows 10 Start menu, it’ll open up the Windows Settings app.
The Settings app has three main tabs: your apps, apps, and settings.
In the Settings app, you can choose to access various information about the apps and your PC, including whether you want them to automatically launch in HDR+ or not.
This is the Settings tab that we’ll be focusing on today.
You can also choose to enable or disable certain features of the Windows apps and settings interface.
To do so, select the option to enable the feature in the menu at the top of the screen.
If you want to disable it, just click the “Disable” button.
The Windows apps will show up in a new pane in the Windows settings app.
In this pane, you’ll see a list of your installed apps, as well as all the apps that you have installed and which ones are installed on your computer.
Here are some of the common settings that you’ll find in the apps menu.
You’ll also find the following options:AppsYou’ll find a section called “Apps” in the Apps menu.
In here, you will find apps that support HDR+ and are compatible with HDR+ games.
In addition, you may also see a section labeled “Games” that will display a list for any game you’ve downloaded and play.
In general, you won’t see “Windows 10 Games” in this section.
GamesYou’ll see two categories in this menu: Games and Apps.
Games will show a list with the titles of any games that support the Windows games app and any games you’ve installed on the Windows PC.
Apps will show the same list with all the installed games.
Apps that support all the features of Windows games will also show up here, with a “Games,” “Games +,” and “Games Plus” icon.
Apps like Minecraft, Angry Birds, and others will show “Games.”
The Games section will also display the titles that support your game, but the Apps section will only display the games that you’ve already installed.
To see a complete list of supported games, visit this Microsoft page.
HDR+ is also supported by Windows games and apps that have not been installed on any other computer.
For more information about HDR+, read the FAQ on HDR+.
HDR+ isn’t supported on a system that has a display that supports the new 4K standard, known as 4K Ultra HD.
We recommend you only use the Windows 8.1 operating system and not Windows 10.
When you install a 4K device, Windows 8 will not support it.
This is also the section where you’ll get to choose whether you have access to any Windows updates or not when your computer boots up.
If your system is already installed with Windows updates, you don’t need to choose any additional options.
For additional information about whether to install Windows updates on your system, see the FAQ below.
To configure the settings on your Windows system to use HDR+ when playing games, go to Control Panel > General > Advanced System Settings > Display and Contrast > Settings > Settings for your system.
In your Settings menu, you should see a box labeled “Enable HDR+” under the “Display and Contrast” tab.
has the same setting as HDR, but it will show on the HDR setting bar, instead of on the settings bar.
For instructions on how to switch from a Windows 10 PC to a Windows 8 PC using the same settings, see How to Turn On and Off HDR in Windows 8 and Windows 10 for PC Gaming.
The Settings menu will also have the option “Choose the right settings for my PC.”
This will bring up a list that you can use to configure the various settings that are currently enabled.
The options in this list include:If you’re on a PC that has both 4K HDR and HDR+, you’ll need to use the options for the 4K/HDR+ feature.
If HDR+ has been enabled, the 4D mode will be automatically selected.
If you have HDR+ enabled, and you’re playing HDR+-only games, you must