Windows 11 Pro 23H2 Build 22631.3235 Moment 5 (No TPM Required) Preactivated Multilingual
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This is the latest version of Windows OS releases, with new interface and other new features like new Microsoft Store, a new personalized feed powered by AI and best-in-class browser performance from Microsoft Edge, Chat from Microsoft Teams integrated in the taskbar and many more.



New features in Windows 11 Moment 5
Copilot has become much smarter and more functional, significantly expanding its capabilities. The AI assistant has received new plugins with which it can interact with a number of services, such as OpenTable, Instacart, Shopify, Klarna, Kayak and others. Skills have also been updated. They allow you to control your computer, for example, power, Narrator, Recycle Bin, etc. using voice requests, some of which are listed below.
Ask for available wireless networks.
Ask for system or device information.
Ask for battery information.
Ask to clean storage.
Ask to empty recycle bin.
Ask to toggle battery saver.
Ask to show startup apps.
Ask for your IP address.
Ask for system, device, or storage information.
Ask to turn on narrator.
Ask to open voice access.
Ask to turn on magnifier.
Ask to change text size.
Ask to start live captions.
Ask to turn on high-contrast.
Ask to start voice typing.
Ask to toggle dark/light theme.
Ask to toggle Bluetooth.
Ask to toggle do not disturb.
Ask to add a device.
Ask to take a screenshot.
Ask to cast your screen to another monitor.
Ask to change your background image.
Ask to set volume, change volume, or mute/unmute volume.
Ask to launch an application.
State that certain parts of your PC aren't working: Audio, Windows Update, Camera, Bluetooth, Printer, Network, others.
Ask to snap a window.
Ask to start a focus session.

Copilot is also getting support for new plug-ins from Shopify, Klarna, and Kayak, giving you even more capabilities through integrations with third-party services.

Generative erase and silence removal powered by AI
AI isn't just Copilot, and Microsoft is also adding some new features that leverage it in other ways. In the Photos app, Microsoft is adding a new Generative Erase feature that removes distractions from photos and generates appropriate content to fill that empty space in a way that looks natural. This is something you may have seen on other platforms, like Google's Pixel phones.

Additionally, Clipchamp is getting a new "silence removal" feature. Available in preview today, this feature can help you quickly cut out moments of awkward silence in a video, improving the pace of said video.

Voice access gets even better
Voice access is a feature in Windows 11 that allows you to control your computer using your voice, and it's made for users with limited mobility. Now, voice access is getting a couple of upgrades, starting with support for custom voice commands. You can assign specific voice commands to different tasks on your PC, such as pasting text, launching an app, or pressing a combination of keys on your keyboard, so you can do whatever you need to do more quickly.

Voice access also now works on multi-monitor setups, so you can move across screens easily and boost your productivity further.

Improvements to inking, widgets, and more
On top of all this, Windows 11 Moment 5 also delivers some welcome updates to other parts of the experience. For example, Snap layouts can now offer intelligent suggestions for snapping multiple apps together based on the apps you currently have open, so you don't have to fill a snap layout with one app at a time.

Widgets also have a notable upgrade with a new experience that lets you focus on your widgets and organize them into different categories, with a separate view for the news feed if you want it.

Meanwhile, sharing content is becoming easier, with support for apps like Snapchat and Instagram in the Windows 11 sharing menu. Plus, you'll soon be able to access recent photos from your phone on your desktop, or even use your phone as a webcam for your computer. This is thanks to a new cross-device connection experience that doesn't rely on the Phone Link app.

Finally, inking is also getting more intuitive with the ability to write directly on text fields, rather than using the handwriting panel. This mimics platforms like iPadOS.

Whats New
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/february-29-2024-kb5034848-os-builds-22621-3235-and-22631-3235-preview-5b718126-82b1-4e14-bf01-da3500a3fc88


System Requirements
Processor: 2 gigahertz (GHz) or faster.
RAM: 2 gigabyte (GB).
Free space on hard disk: 25 gigabytes (GB).
Graphics card: DirectX 9 graphics device or a newer version.
Additional requirements to use certain features.
To use touch you need a tablet or monitor that supports multitouch.
To access the Windows store to download and run apps, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768 pixels

Homepage
http://microsoft.com


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