Windows 11: backup - restore from the cloud like a smartphone!

At Microsoft's annual developer event Build 2023 the company revealed its integration ChatGPT on Bing in the upcoming years, while an AI “personal assistant”. for Windows 11.

But the company also announced two more big (non-AI) changes:

cloud backup restore

A. Windows 11 will be able to receive security to restore the operating system from the cloud. What does this mean; All of us who use smartphones have long known a similar function. We buy a new device and on the first boot, we just need to log into our account to select "Restore my apps" from the backups stored in the cloud.

Now Windows will be able to do the same.

“If the user chooses, Windows will automatically apply the old wallpaper and settings and start preloading apps you had installed on your old PC. So once the user sees the new desktop, they'll also see all the apps they used before on the taskbar Clicking on the icons will start an automatic download from the Microsoft Store.”

B. Windows 11 will be supported on ARM devices. This like reports Windows Central "should result in the best experience on devices like Surface Pro 9 (ARM), Surface Pro X and the new Dell Inspiron 14 with Snapdragon 8cx 2 processor".

Από την πλευρά των παιχνιδιών, το Unity με εγγενή υποστήριξη για Windows σε ARM θα είναι διαθέσιμο στις αρχές Ιουνίου. Μόλις κυκλοφορήσει, το εργαλείο θα επιτρέψει στους προγραμματιστές να ετοιμάζουν παιχνίδια για Windows σε συσκευές ARM, με αποτέλεσμα την καλύτερη απόδοση. Το Unity είναι μια πολύ δημοφιλής development for games and the native support for Windows on ARM is a welcome addition. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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