Company announced Microsoft Tuesday the launch of the 2023 version of Windows 11 called “Windows 11 32H2” (11 32H2), which is the latest operating system.
Microsoft began launching the Windows 11 update last September initially for subscribers to its beta program.
“Because the 2023 release of Windows 11 shares the code base of the 2022 release of Windows 11, features will be updated as simple as a monthly update process, providing a more seamless experience,” John Cable, Microsoft’s vice president of Windows Services and Delivery, said in a post. Quick install.
He added: Consumers who have eligible devices running the 2022 version of Windows 11 and are interested in trying these new improvements when they are available can choose to do so by opening “Settings,” then “Windows Update,” then turning on “Get the latest updates” immediately. availability, then choose “Check for updates”.
Artificial intelligence in Windows 11
The new version of Windows contains a chat program called “CoPilot,” which is somewhat similar to OpenAI’s famous GPT chat program.
Copilot is a generative AI that can generate human-like text and other content with just a few words of human guidance.
Copilot relies on basic large language models that Microsoft-backed OpenAI has trained on huge data sets to be able to generate email text, answer questions, and perform operations automatically.
Microsoft upgraded its Bing search engine using artificial intelligence software earlier this year, and now artificial intelligence is improving the latest version of Windows, the most widely used personal computer operating system in the world.
Special features included in Copilot include the ability to open apps, switch the screen to dark mode, turn on Bluetooth and get instructions on how to take a screenshot.
While searching a website in Edge, you can ask Copilot to prepare a summary of what is on the page.
Windows 11 now represents about 24% of desktop computers, according to data from market research company Statcounter, while Windows 10 – which will continue to be supported until October 2025 – controls approximately 72% of the market.
“We are witnessing an accelerated spread of the Windows 11 operating system around the world by companies,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a conference call with analysts last week.