Personally I liked skype better then teams (for interoffice IM) as thats all I use it for.
I just wish teams auto erased everytime you closed it like skype did.
Frank Lesniak (@FrankLesniak) Tweeted:
Old article from 3 years ago (worst case performance on unsupported CPUs can be a 200x hit)
Brent Arkley (@Borecxx) Tweeted:
What I did find was a line in the Windows Internals 7th Edition book by Mark Russinovich and Alex Ionescu. It states:
So here is our first evidence of a potential performance point. If MBEC is not available then it uses Software Emulation in the form of RUM.
The next insight came from Rafal Wojtczuks VBS Security Analysis from 2016
The full document is here:
or youtube video
Enabling HVCI (along with VBS) results in performance hit in Windows 11
PCGamer.com Article said:The thing to note, though, is that VBS is not enabled by default for all clean installs of Windows 11. I downloaded the latest ISO version of the OS in order to check VBS out on our test rig, but had to do some registry editing, and BIOS tweaking, in order to actually enable it. So, it's nothing to be concerned about if you're just grabbing a Windows 11 download for a fresh install yourself.
PCGamer.com Article said:not when upgrading from Windows 10
PCGamer.com Article said:But Windows 11 PCs, built by the biggest OEMs, such as Dell, HP, and Lenovo, are looking likely to come with VBS as standard. What we're not clear about, however, is whether those companies' gaming brands will also have VBS enabled.