It’s not official yet, but it’s very Microsoft and Intel are preparing to announce the new version Windows. The operating system was mentioned internally by the chip manufacturer and it was stated that the next generation CPUs will support Windows 12.

The information was revealed by @leaf_hobby, a hardware leaker known for revealing the specs of Intel’s Xeon chips prior to launch. He now claims that Meteor Lake desktop platform will include Windows 12 support.

Even if he doesn’t comment on the subject, Microsoft is already investigating the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into software. In an interview with the website BorderYusuf Mehdi, head of consumer marketing, talked about the development of “future versions of Windows.”

Is Windows 12 as early as 2024?

The company has added functions with AI in the current Windows 11, for example the Bing search engine added to the taskbar. Also in software, Microsoft has started making updates faster, not just with the big annual updates originally promised.

Microsoft has returned to the three-year cycle between software releases that were set aside after Windows 10 in 2015, with the final operating system released to the public in 2021. So version 12 may arrive in 2024.

If Windows 12 is indeed released with more use of AI, the big tech will work better with Intel and also AMD because it will need chips that can withstand shocks. While the first manufacturer is now focusing on this, the second has already launched Ryzen 7000 processors, the first x86 chips with an engine dedicated to artificial intelligence.

Source: Tec Mundo

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