Windows 11 New Update

Windows 11 changed its face with a new update

Microsoft bombards its popular operating system with many artificial intelligence-based features, the highlight of which is the 'Copilot' that will be permanently placed on the desktop as a sidebar

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Microsoft announced that the new update for the Windows 11 operating system is being distributed these days, the new update changes the face of the operating system and places artificial intelligence in every corner.

The main innovation in the current update is the artificial intelligence-based 'Copilot' feature that will help users speed up tasks and save a lot of time. The feature will appear as a sidebar on the desktop and will enable quick launch of applications as well as use as a chatbot.

Whether you need help summarizing a web page, writing an email to the children's new teacher, or changing the computer's display to dark mode, Copilot can help you. Need to turn on Bluetooth or connect a new pair of headphones, not sure what's the best way to take a screenshot, ask Copilot and it will do it for you.

Artificial intelligence enters the 'Paint'

Another innovation is the introduction of artificial intelligence to Microsoft's Painter (Paint), which will upgrade the application and give it freshness and a new experience. Microsoft introduces intuitive layering and background removal options for images. But that's not all, in the coming weeks Paint will be joined by Microsoft's new image generator - Paint Cocreator.

Another innovation in the new version is Windows' support for Passkeys, a replacement for passwords so that the computer will recognize you on different websites and save you from having to save a password for each website.

In addition, if you decide to treat yourself to a new computer, Microsoft will allow you to back up your settings, your favorite apps, and downloads from the store, and will transfer all the information from the old computer to the new one.

The new update contains many additional upgrades and will reach the users in the coming days and weeks.

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