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Windows Copilot AI Plugin Development to Feature at Microsoft Build 2024

Microsoft Build 2024 focuses on AI in Windows, C# 13 improvements, and next-gen Windows on Arm with NPUs.


has announced a comprehensive lineup of sessions for the upcoming Microsoft Build 2024 event, highlighting a significant focus on artificial intelligence (AI) advancements, new developer tools, and the next generation of . Windows Report reveals the key announcements are the introduction of new Windows AI features, enhancements in C# 13 capabilities, and an innovative feature in that leverages local AI for advanced paste functionality.

Windows AI and Developer Tools Enhancements

At the forefront of the announcements is the introduction of new AI features designed to integrate seamlessly with Windows, offering users and developers alike more robust and intuitive experiences. Microsoft is set to unveil these enhancements, aiming to push the boundaries of what's possible with AI in a desktop environment. Additionally, the event will spotlight the latest capabilities of C# 13, promising to deliver more powerful and efficient coding possibilities for developers.

The spotlight also shines on PowerToys, a suite of utilities for power users to tune and streamline their Windows experience for greater productivity. As we reported this week, A notable addition to PowerToys is the “Advanced Paste with Local AI” feature, which Clint Rutkas, a prominent figure behind the project, has enthusiastically discussed on X (formerly known as Twitter). This feature represents a significant leap in how users interact with clipboard content, offering smarter and context-aware paste options.

Revolutionizing Windows with AI and Arm Technology

Another groundbreaking revelation is the next generation of Windows on Arm, poised to be NPU-based, marking a significant step forward in integrating neural processing units (NPUs) with Arm architecture. This integration is expected to enhance the performance and efficiency of Windows on Arm devices, catering to the growing demand for more powerful mobile computing solutions.

Moreover, Microsoft is set to revolutionize how developers create personalized experiences through the Windows Copilot feature. A dedicated session titled “Build richer experiences with Copilot in Windows” will dive deep into the development of AI plugins for Windows, enabling developers to craft bespoke functionalities tailored to individual user needs. Microsoft's recent introduction of the Copilot GPT Builder platform, which allows for the creation of Copilot functionalities without extensive coding knowledge, underscores the company's commitment to making more accessible to a broader audience.

Last Updated on April 15, 2024 2:53 pm CEST

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