Windows 11 adds the power of Copilot and new AI-powered experiences for apps like Paint, Photos, Clipchamp, and more.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 update featuring Copilot, an AI-powered assistant. With the latest Windows update, the company says it will speed up tasks, reduce friction, provide personalized answers, and save users time. More than 150 new features have been added to the latest update of Microsoft Windows 11.
The company says that with a lot of changes, the new Windows 11 update is one of the most ambitious yet. With this, the power of Copilot and new AI-powered experiences have been added for apps like Paint, Photos, and Clipchamp.
You will get these new features
Microsoft announced the new AI-powered feature in Windows 11, “CoPilot combines the context and intelligence of the web, your work data, and what you’re doing on your PC at the moment to better help you with privacy and security.” It will be a simple and intuitive experience, available in Windows 11, Microsoft 365, and our web browser with Edge and Bing.”
Work will become easier with generative AI
The company has added generative AI support to the Microsoft Paint app. With the help of this feature, users will be able to edit the original photo with the help of prompts. Users will be able to get the help of AI for drawing digital creation, background remover, and other things.
Additionally, Microsoft has also announced that Paint CoCreator Preview will be available to Windows Insiders users starting today, while it will be available to the general public in the coming days. CoCreator will help users create unique photos by selecting a style with the help of text prompts.
AI features will be available in the Snipping Tool
Now sound can also be captured while recording the screen in Snipping Tool. Users can start screen recording on Windows by pressing Windows + Shift + R or the Print Screen button. Interestingly, the software will now come with features like extracting and editing specific text from photos and keeping sensitive information safe.
No longer need a password
Microsoft is rolling out a new PassKeys feature that creates a unique credential that lets users use their face, fingerprint, or device PIN to log in to their account instead of using their password.