Windows 11 has received a significant update

Windows 11 has received a significant update

Microsoft rolled out a significant update for Windows 11 in March, bringing in numerous new features, particularly focusing on AI. As a result, the Copilot assistant now boasts enhanced functionalities for PC control.

Copilot serves as a revamped Bing chatbot designed for Windows. It appears as a traditional sidebar, allowing users to handle system configurations through a chat-like interface akin to ChatGPT. Following the latest update, the assistant has acquired additional capabilities.

  • Change your diet and clean out your storage.
  • Show information about the system or battery status. 
  • Enable the “Narrator”, “Voice Access” functions, launch “Screen Magnifier”, “Live Subtitles”. 
  • Change text size, enable high contrast mode or voice typing mode. 
  • Show available Wi-Fi networks, user’s IP address and more
  • Show information about free disk space. 
  • Empty the trash. 

In addition to various other remarkable advancements, the Photos app has introduced a new feature that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to remove unwanted objects from photos.

This feature is known as Generative Erase. Windows 11 has also introduced the option to utilize an Android smartphone as a webcam, personalized layouts for window organization, and the ability to control your computer through preset voice commands.

For a comprehensive list of changes in Windows 11 22H2 and 23H2, please refer to the official documentation.

The update is now available for download via Windows Update, although it may take a few days for some users to see it appear on their devices.