Windows 12 will be released by Microsoft?

Both Intel and Microsoft seem to be gearing up for the yet-to-be-announced Windows 12. THE @leaf_hobby, known for revealing the specifications of Intel's Xeon chips ahead of their release, has released details of Intel's Meteor Lake computing platform. Intel reportedly says internally that its next-generation processors will support Windows 12.

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His tweet has since been deleted, but VideoCardz reports that Meteor Lake is expected to include 20 PCIe Gen5 lanes and will support Windows 12. Intel and Microsoft declined to comment on the specific leaks.

Although Microsoft has yet to announce its plans for Windows 12, there are already signs that the company is looking to future versions of Windows to incorporate AI-powered features. "As we begin to develop future versions of Windows, we're thinking about other places where artificial intelligence should play a natural role in the experience," Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft's head of consumer marketing, told The Verge earlier in the day. this week.

Mehdi mentioned the latest Windows 11 update that integrates the new version of Bing with artificial intelligence into the taskbar. This update also includes suggested AI content in the Start menu for Pro users. Microsoft is also reportedly working on AI-powered smart snapping features for Windows 11.

Mehdi's comment follows Windows chief Panos Panay's claim at CES earlier this year that "artificial intelligence is going to reinvent the way we do everything in Windows."

Microsoft's Surface team also hinted at how artificial intelligence could change the way we use computers. Artificial intelligence "will potentially have a profound impact on how you use your computer and how it fundamentally evolves," said Steven Bathiche, head of Microsoft's applied sciences group, in an interview with The Verge last year.

If Microsoft is indeed planning to use artificial intelligence more widely in the next version of Windows, it will need to work closely with its hardware partners such as Intel and AMD to optimize chips that can handle AI workloads .

This may explain why Intel is reportedly already mentioning Windows 12 internally.

theverge.com

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