Windows 11’s New Update: A Breakthrough for AI Technology

New Update For Windows 11 Brings Advance AI Features

The AI is everywhere. It is the new buzzword and has become the same thing as the internet was when it was newly introduced in the 1990s. With the rise of AI tools like ChatGPT and others, the craze of AI has reached worldwide. AI is being implemented into every aspect of technology. From clicking photos on the phone and enhancing it to having things like photo restoration and even music creation, AI is used everywhere. Some of the operating systems has also implemented AI into their system. Microsoft is doing the same with their Windows 11. The impending release of the Windows 11 update, scheduled for September 26, is not just a software upgrade. Rather, it marks a significant change in the evolution of this operating system, as it introduces an infusion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the everyday applications that users use.

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Windows 11 update brings new era of AI

According to pcgamer.com, at its center, this Windows 11 update enters a new era where AI plays a big role in enhancing user experiences. The groundwork for this update has been laid with great research, and AI is set to become an integral part of the Windows 11 ecosystem. The main part of this AI integration is Windows Copilot, a digital assistant powered by advanced AI technology. Windows Copilot is set to redefine how users interact with their PCs. Microsoft describes Copilot as an AI-powered digital assistant with the unique ability to take information from the web and ongoing tasks on the PC. In essence, Copilot operates as a digital assistant that understands the context of actions and tries to assist.

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Copilot is more than just an AI assistant

Activating Copilot is very easy; users can open it from the taskbar or by simply pressing Win+C. This AI assistant accepts both text and voice prompts. What sets Copilot apart is its ability to execute OS-level tasks seamlessly. This means it can organize various open windows, launch applications, and handle other system operations without opening a web browser. Beyond this, Copilot’s influence extends into several other Windows applications, like it will be used in the photo app to enhance the overall process of photo editing.