Industry leaders and long-time collaborators, Intel and Microsoft take the next step by delivering a new experience with the upcoming Windows 11 powered by Intel processors.
"Intel and Microsoft's long-standing approach to OS, system architecture and hardware integration enables the best PC experience for customers," said Gregory Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager for its Client Computing Group. "The combination of Windows 11 and Intel® technologies and platforms offers unmatched performance, compatibility and experiences on Windows, and we're bringing people's favorite experiences from the phone to the PC with Intel® Bridge Technology."
Enjoy the Upcoming Windows 11 With Intel Devices
Windows PCs driven by Intel® CoreTM processors, together with other Intel technologies, are now set to run the new Windows 11 operating system. The new experience will allow people to "collaborate, create, and connect in ways that are meaningful to them." The new experiences from this partnership include:
Intel® Bridge Technology: the game changing experience that would allow the range of mobile applications running directly on Windows PCs, giving an unprecedented range for productivity and gaming - all in one screen.
Windows Snap and ThunderboltTM 4: Also known as Smart Window, Snap was first introduced in Windows 7 that allows users to view two windows side by side without having to resize the windows. Paired with the new Thunderbolt 4, Windows 11 now offers a greatly improved multi-monitor experience.
Windows and Intel® Wi-Fi 6E: Increased connectivity Windows PCs and devices anytime, anywhere. More than 60 laptop designs, driven by Intel devices, are already available with Wi-Fi 6E
Additionally, Intel explains in an Intel Newsroom release that the latest Bridge Technology is a runtime post-compilers that allows apps to run natively on supported x86-based devices, including applications on Windows. With its multi-architecture XPU strategy, Intel successfully creates the right units for the right application with its combination of CPU cores, graphics processing technology, AI accelerators, and more in a single, verified solution.
About Windows 11
The newest operating system from Microsoft, Windows 11, is expected to be the successor to the Windows 10 originally released six years ago in 2015. It was officially announced in its very own Livestream Event held last June 24, with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella assuring everyone that the new OS would start a new era for the popular PC system.
Sure enough, the Windows 11 platform immediately presents the new improvements over its successor, such as updates that are as much as 40 percent small and having improved security capabilities. Also, what was formerly known as the taskbar is now called the "dock," and has been optimized for both mouse and touch screen input.
Placing value on multitasking in the Information Age, Windows 11 also offers a new feature called Snap Layouts, an improvement from the Windows 10 Snap feature - this new feature now allows multiple windows arranged in rows, columns, sections, and more without having to manually resize each of them. This also comes with Snap Groups: previously snapped windows from the dock can be recalled.
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