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Microsoft Windows 11 has advanced functionality for an immersive gaming experience, such as Auto HDR and Direct Storage. But Some system configurations potentially affect the gaming experience on Windows 11.

VMP (Virtual Machine Platform and HVCI ) Hypervisor-protected Code integrity, also known as Memory Integrity, decreases the system performance. If you are a gamer and want to prioritize performance, you should turn off these features.

Microsoft uses Virtualization in Windows 11 and protects the system from attackers from injecting malicious code into a high-security processor. It is also responsible for ensuring all drivers are trustworthy.

Disable VMP and HVCI

They are enabled by default on Windows 11, but to get the best protection possible let it remain unchanged.

Microsoft suggested disabling VMP and HVCI to improve gaming performance on Windows 11.

How to Disable VMP on Windows 11

  • Search Windows Feature in the Search box, and open the Turn Windows Features on or off.
  • There you have a list of Windows Features; uncheck the checkbox for the Virtual Machine Platform
  • That’s it!
Microsoft suggested disabling VMP and HVCI to improve gaming performance on Windows 11.

How to Disable HVCI on Windows 11

  • Search for Core Isolation in the Search box, and Open Core Isolation.
  • From there, Toggle to disable the Memory integrity.
  • That’s it!

Both changes require you to reset your device to enable these changes. After gaming season, AndroidGreek advised you to turn back on these settings. However, Microsoft is officially working to fix these with future Windows updates. Without the VMP Platform enabled, you won’t be able to run Windows Subsystem for Android. And also lose protection against attackers without HVCI.

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