FPS is an acronym most gamers know about. It alludes to the frequency rate at which frames show up on a display. The higher the frame rate, the better. In any case, how would you know what number of frames every subsequent you have? Well, there are numerous tools accessible online to look over. For quite a long time, PC gamers had to rely on third-party-software to track in-game framerate performance. Nonetheless, Microsoft presently offers a built FPS counter on Windows 10 that comes as a part of the Xbox Game Bar.
Windows 10 has a built-in FPS counter hidden in its little know Xbox Game Bar. In spite of its name, the Xbox Game Bar is a powerful full-screen overlay you can use in PC games. Here’s the manner by which to show your casings every second (FPS) in games.
This component is essential for the Game Bar. To open it, press Windows+G. (On the off chance that the Game Bar doesn’t show up, head to Settings > Gaming > Xbox Game Bar and ensure that it’s toggled to “On.” You can likewise pick a custom console shortcut for dispatching it from here.)
Search for the gliding “Performance” widget in the Game Bar overlay.
On the off chance that you don’t see the floating Performance board, click the menu button on the bar at the top of your screen and click “Performance” to show it.
Click the “FPS” choice in the floating Performance window. The first occasion when that you click this choice, you’ll see a message saying that you need extended User Account Control access to get FPS information about PC games.
Click “Request Access” to proceed. You’ll be incited to consent to a User Account Control prompt.
Subsequent to affirming the UAC prompt, you’ll need to restart your PC to enable this element. The FPS meter won’t work until your reboot.
After restarting your PC, dispatch a PC game and open the Game Bar. The Performance widget will show your frames every second (FPS) alongside your CPU, GPU, VRAM (video RAM), and RAM use.
To see a graph of the FPS over time, click the “FPS” category. You may have to drift your mouse cursor over the widget and click the right arrow (“>”) catch to show the graph if the floating widget is in its little form.
To keep the FPS meter consistently on-screen consistently, click the “Pin” symbol at the highest point of the floating widget in the Game Bar interface. Presently, in any event, when you conceal the Game Bar, it will remain on your screen and consistently show up on top of your gameplay until you unpin it.
You can reposition the floating window on your screen by dragging it around in the Game Bar overlay. You can likewise pick its size.
To dispose of the floating Performance window, return to the Game Bar overlay (Windows+G) and click the “Unpin” button. It will at that point possibly show up when you pull up the Game Bar overlay.
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