Windows 11 Gets a Productivity Boost with AI Features
Microsoft today announced a number of new AI features for Windows 11, designed to make the platform more productive and engaging for users.
Microsoft today unveiled a number of new AI features for Windows 11 that are intended to increase user productivity and engagement.
The launch of Windows Copilot, a new AI assistant that can assist users with a range of tasks, from writing emails to editing documents, is one of the most important announcements.
Windows Copilot makes suggestions and offers help by using machine learning to comprehend what users are attempting to do. Windows Copilot, for instance, can suggest words, phrases, or even complete sentences when a user is writing an email.
Windows Copilot, making Windows 11 the first PC platform to announce centralized AI assistance to help people easily take action and get things done.
Windows is the first PC platform to offer centralised AI assistance. With Bing Chat and first- and third-party plugins, you can focus on ideas, complex projects, and collaboration instead of finding, launching, and working across multiple apps.
Windows Copilot will start to become available in preview for Windows 11 in June.
“Microsoft Brings the Power of AI to Windows 11 with Windows Copilot and Dev Home”
Dev Home: The Future of Development on Windows
Dev Home, a preview experience in Windows 11, gets you back in the zone and streamlines your workflow with features like WinGet configuration for faster setup, Dev Drive for improved filesystem performance, and a new customizable dashboard to track all your workflows and tasks.
Dev Home installs the tools and packages you need to connect to GitHub and code for your repos. Microsoft Dev Box and GitHub Codespaces allow Dev Home to configure cloud coding environments. Developer-designed Dev Home is your ultimate productivity companion so you can focus on what you do best.
WinGet configuration makes coding easy. This unattended, reliable, and repeatable mechanism eliminates the manual work of setting up a new machine or project and the stress of finding the right software, packages, tools, and frameworks to download or settings to apply.
The Microsoft Store is also getting some upgrades from Microsoft, including the addition of new AI-powered features. For instance, users will find it simpler to find apps that are relevant to their interests thanks to the Store’s new ability to generate keywords for apps.
Users will find it simpler to quickly scan reviews and choose whether or not to download an app thanks to the Store’s ability to generate review summaries.
New features and experiences in the Microsoft Store
- Microsoft Store AI Hub
- Microsoft Store AI-Generated keywords
- AI-Generated review summary
- Microsoft Store Ads
- Backup and Restore Apps