the release of new
Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.4.1 Windows Drivers
. These include fundamental
changes based on user feedback, though they are still oddly called the "2020
Edition," despite everyone's desire to move on from last year.
This blog post
has details on what's new and different, including
streamlined installation options, an updated UI, a new Record & Stream wizard,
and more. There's also word on a Windows version of
that allows users to connect to their gaming PC from another PC "virtually
anywhere" and to invite other Radeon users to connect to local multiplayer
games. Here's an
and here are the high points:
The latest release provides
new and enhanced capabilities to deliver an immersive and complete gaming
Link for Windows allows users to connect to their gaming PC from another
Windows PC to game from virtually anywhere. The new
Link Game feature allows users to invite a friend to connect to their PC
from another Radeon system to play games that support local multiplayer or
split screen mode.
- An updated user interface offers customized installation options.
Expanded performance metrics and tuning allows users to view both Radeon
graphics and Ryzen processor performance metrics from a single location.
- Enhanced recording and streaming enables users to share their best
gaming moments, and a new streaming wizard makes it easier for entry-level
users to begin streaming.
- Support for Microsoft PlayReady AV1 for Radeon RX 6000 Series graphics
cards enables high-quality, protected content.
- A new stability feature, AMD Crash Defender, ensures systems ‘stay
alive’ and recover from crashes in select scenarios.