The Clarity Boost feature in Microsoft Edge is designed to enhance the ability to play games on the Xbox cloud gaming service on Edge.The feature helps improve the graphical fidelity of game streaming, but it's not only available on Edge, it's disabled by default.
If you want to try it out, here's how to enable and disable Clarity Boost in Windows.
What is Clarity Boost and what does it do?
Clarity Boost is Microsoft's attempt to improve the gaming experience on its Xbox cloud gaming platform.This is an Edge-exclusive feature that you can toggle through the in-game menu.When enabled, Clarity Boost uses spatial upscaling technology to provide an enhanced graphics experience on Windows 11 and 10 PCs.
In Edge, Clarity Boost is disabled by default, but you can enable it at any time from the Xbox Live menu.
How to enable and disable Clarity Boost in Microsoft Edge?
Clarity Boost requires Microsoft Edge 11 or above running on Windows 10 and 103.You'll also need an active Xbox Live account to log into your account.
To enable Clarity Boost:
1. In Microsoft Edge, openXbox Play page, and log in to your Xbox account.
2. Once logged in, launch the game you want to play and wait for it to load.
3. When the game starts, tap the menu button in the upper left corner.
4. Next, tap the three-dot menu (Stream Options) button.
5. Click "Enable Sharpness Boost" to turn on the feature.
6. To disable the feature, tap the three-dot menu and select Disable Sharpness Boost.
Enable Sharpness Boost to improve your Xbox cloud gaming experience
The increase in Clarity Boost is intended to reduce the cloudy appearance and provide clearer game streaming.While it's an Edge-exclusive feature, when enabled, it makes a noticeable difference in some games, making things less blurry and providing more detail.
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