Microsoft releases Windows 11 version 23H2
Before unveiling the much-anticipated Windows 12, Microsoft has proactively disclosed the features of its upcoming Windows 11 version 23H2 update slated for later this year. This update principally refines the previously introduced Copilot and the artificial intelligence application services launched in September.
The current release can essentially be regarded as a polished version of the update that debuted in late September. Its primary aim is to amplify the visibility of the Copilot feature, enticing a broader user base to adopt it.
Among other enhancements is the metamorphosis of the native Chat function into a free version of Microsoft Teams, now conveniently situated on the taskbar for effortless user access. Additionally, Microsoft has made nuanced adjustments to the management of installed applications. For instance, vital system components of Windows 11 are now distinctly marked. Furthermore, these components are organized under a dedicated tab, thereby preventing inadvertent deletions by users during app removal.
While the specifics of Windows 12 remain under wraps, numerous indications suggest that the forthcoming operating system will indeed bear the title “Windows 12”. In a recent interview, Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft’s Chief of Consumer Marketing, intimated that the next incarnation of the Windows operating system will seamlessly integrate an abundance of artificial intelligence-driven experiences.