This May 23 takes place the Microsoft Build, Microsoft’s major conference for developers. The opportunity to see the new arrivals on the services of the firm. Even the Microsoft Store is getting into AI, thanks to the AI Hub, a dedicated section.
During its Microsoft Build conference, the firm unveiled the AI Hub of its Microsoft Store, a new section intended to “promote the best AI experiences created by the developer community and Microsoft.»
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Microsoft’s stated goal for its AI Hub is to create “a space where we’ll walk customers through how to start and grow their AI journey, inspiring them to use AI every day to boost productivity, spark creativity and more.»
You will find several software based on artificial intelligence, whether for uses related to photography, video, audio, travel or for professional uses (CV, cover letter, etc.). Microsoft states that “all content will be tested for safety, family protection and compatibility between appliances“. The Microsoft Store’s AI Hub will be available soon, without the company indicating a specific date.
A Microsoft Store that itself integrates artificial intelligence
But it’s not just the AI Hub when it comes to artificial intelligence in the Microsoft Store. Native features will also be included. The store editor mentioned a feature that summarizes user reviews of an app, detailing key details. What save time when looking for the perfect application.
Another feature was announced by Microsoft, this time for Windows. When a user upgrades from Windows 10 to Windows 11, their Microsoft Store app icons will automatically be placed where they were, either in the Start menu or the taskbar.
Until now, applications could be restored automatically, but did not revert. In its press release, the company adds that it is available in the Windows Insiders program.
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