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Microsoft releases Moment 5 update for Windows 11

Microsoft releases Moment 5 update for Windows 11

Yesterday, Microsoft announced the new Moment 5 update for Windows 11. This optional update brings new skills to Copilot and improvements to existing features.

Microsoft is rolling out the new Moment 5 update for Windows 11. This optional update for Windows 11 users is rolling out steadily and will be generally available soon. Microsoft Copilot is getting smarter, adding new skills, plug-ins, and improvements to existing applications.

New skills

Microsoft is adding new skills that allow Copilot to change more Windows 11 settings for users and plugins for services like OpenTable, Shopify, and Kayak. Additionally, Microsoft is launching new AI editing integrations in apps including Clipchamp and Photos, as well as improvements to tools and capture functionality in Windows.

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For example, there's a new Genetic Erase function in the Photos app that lets you remove unwanted objects from a photo by simply selecting them. Moreover, the Clipchamp app, which allows you to edit videos, will have the option to remove awkward silences from the video.

Smarter computer

New Copilot options enable skills like turning Battery Saver mode on and off, displaying device, system, and battery information, turning on features like Narrator or Magnifier, viewing Wi-Fi networks and storage space, or even emptying the trash.

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These new features In itself It's not very innovative, but it shows that Copilot can do many complex tasks on your computer in the future. AI experiments have been mainly on mobile devices lately, but Microsoft has stepped up to the plate with a generic PC assistant that can open apps and handle them for you, or perhaps even replace them entirely.

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