Source: https://www.pcgamesn.com/microsoft/wind ... me-monitor"Along with the functioning Power Throttling tech there is also an intriguing little placeholder feature which has appeared with the latest Insider builds. Game Monitor has popped up inside the Gaming section of settings, though it is purely just a dummy tab right now.
Microsoft noted in the recent patch notes for the latest build that “Windows Insiders will see a 'Game Monitor' page under Settings > Gaming for potential future functionality which doesn’t do anything right now.”
So at the moment all we’ve got is speculation as to what Game Monitor might actually do, but from the placeholder blurb on the page it looks a lot like some sort of built-in anti-cheat system for Windows:
Gaming is more fun when everyone plays fairly. We’ll share system info with games using Game Monitor to make sure everything runs the way it was meant to.
Turning this off may limit the games you can play.
It doesn’t seem like too much of a stretch to suggest Microsoft may be looking to get publishers and devs onboard with a system check feature which scouts out nefarious apps installed on your rig. If those programs are likely to result in an uneven playing field then Microsoft might end up locking you out of games participating in the Game Monitor system.
Whether this is really going to make a blind bit of difference to aimbots, wall hacks, or any number of different cheaty systems folk use to unfun online games, is still up for debate until Microsoft unveil the full details. We might hear some more at E3 next week as they unveil their grand PC gaming plans for the year ahead.
Chances are though it’ll just be another little hoop for the haxorz to jump through in order to make life online that little bit worse for everyone else. Though maybe Microsoft have got some grand plan to make whatever Game Monitor turns out to be unhackable. Maybe..."
So basically it seems microsoft might be going to war against us nonetheless if they point out towards ALL games, even single player games besides JUST Multiplayer games.