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Microsoft confirms AI-powered personalized Widgets in Windows 11


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As promised, Microsoft has finally shown us what the new Windows 11 OS will look like. The new Windows OS has plenty of new features and visual changes, including the new AI-powered Widgets that will help Windows 11 users find out news and information easily in one place.

The new AI-powered Widgets eliminate the need for users to pick up their phones to check the news, weather, or notifications as users will now be able to open a similarly curated view directly from their Windows 11 desktops. All this will be possible due to Microsoft’s advanced AI technology and Microsoft Edge, both of which will work in the background to show you all the useful information that you need on the personalized feed.

As you can see the personalized feed opens on the right side of the desktop. But as Panos Panay said, Windows 11 is about giving users more choices — users will be able to make the personalized feed expand to the entire height and width of the display.

This new Widgets feature is reminiscent of the Your Feed feature in the Microsoft Launcher app. While it isn’t entirely new, Microsoft is introducing Artificial Intelligence Development Company powered personalized widgets for the first time on Windows.

Undoubtedly, this is a useful feature, but that doesn’t guarantee that users will use the feature as much as Microsoft would like. If users don’t use Widgets much, you shouldn’t be surprised to see Microsoft removing the feature, just like what it did with Timeline.

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On 2/4/2023 at 9:00 PM, MikeWall said:

It's great that Microsoft is using its advanced AI technology and Microsoft Edge to make it all happen in a personalized feed. And the ability to expand the feed to the full screen is a great touch.

It's interesting to note that the new Widgets feature is similar to the Your Feed feature in the Microsoft Launcher app. But it's the first time we're seeing AI-powered personalized widgets on Windows, and that's pretty cool. Although, as the article mentioned, the success of this feature will ultimately depend on how much users utilize it.

If you're interested in trying out Windows 11 for yourself, but want to save some money, don't forget to check out the "how to get Windows 10 cheap reddit" thread. There may be some great deals and tips to help you get your hands on the latest Windows OS without breaking the bank!

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