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Changes in Microsoft Windows 11, AI and Arm chips will be available

With time, as the whole world is developing, new tech gadgets are coming which makes the work of humans easier. Similarly, today the whole world is adopting AI, big companies, tech giants like Google also adopted AI and remodeled their business, Microsoft is also working hard in this direction and has redesigned Windows 11 to better support its AI (Copilot) and Arm-based hardware. All these companies are adopting AI so that it can make your work easier, so it is important for you to know about this subject because you must be using their products, no matter which field you are in.

Windows 11

The 2012 launch of the Surface with Windows RT is remembered as a challenging start for Microsoft's ARM-based computing efforts. However, yesterday’s live event marked a significant turnaround as Microsoft introduced two new ARM-based computing devices, emphasizing that Windows 11 has been remodelled with ARM and AI at its core. The company seems determined not to repeat the mistakes of the past, offering a stable and robust experience this time around.


A Revamped Windows 11 Architecture

Key components of the OS have been carefully adjusted to enhance how Windows interacts with the architecture. Windows 11 now boasts a new kernel, compiler, and emulator (named Prism) specifically designed to run x86 and x64 apps smoothly on ARM-based systems. These changes promise a more seamless and efficient performance, reducing the compatibility issues that plagued earlier ARM versions of Windows.


Enhanced OS Schedulers and Computing Model

Microsoft has also redesigned the OS schedulers to optimize performance not just for ARM but also for AI workloads. This new computing model signifies that Windows is now adept at handling CPU, GPU, and NPU (Neural Processing Unit) tasks. This integration is a step forward in making AI more accessible and functional within the Windows ecosystem, thanks to the newly added AI API.


The Power of AI in Windows 11

Integrating AI into Windows 11 is set to revolutionize both user and developer experiences. AI-powered features will streamline everyday tasks and offer enhanced functionality across various applications. The recently launched notebooks and 2-in-1 devices are powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon X Elite, featuring an NPU capable of executing 45 trillion operations per second (TOPS). This high-performance NPU will enable features like Recall, allowing users to find information on their PC using remembered clues. Additionally, the Live Caption feature will translate audio into English live captions in real-time, supporting over 40 languages. This includes real-time video calls, recordings, and streamed content, making communication more accessible and inclusive.


Windows 11 is packed with new features designed to make your work easier. One notable addition is "Cocreator" in Microsoft Paint. This feature leverages AI to assist you in creating artwork based on your instructions and ink strokes, turning your ideas into reality with minimal effort.


With the launch of Windows 11, Microsoft is not only addressing the shortcomings of its previous ARM ventures but also pushing the envelope in terms of what an operating system can do. The integration of AI and ARM-specific enhancements promise to make our daily tasks not just easier, but significantly more efficient. As we move forward, Windows 11 is poised to be a game-changer, offering innovative tools and features that enhance productivity and user experience across the board.


Stay tuned to witness how these advancements unfold and transform our interaction with technology. The future of computing looks promising with Windows 11 leading the way.

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