Taiwanese PC makers are confident Windows 12 will be released
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Taiwanese PC makers are confident: Windows 12 will be released in June 2024, and it will be full of AI

According to online sources, Microsoft could release the next version of its Windows 12 operating system in June next year. Taiwanese media are writing about this, citing executives from Acer and the contract manufacturer Quanta.

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For example, Microsoft’s intention to release Windows 12 in mid-2024 is evident from a report by The Commercial Times, Taiwan’s largest financial publication. The author of the article refers to comments from Acer CEO Jason Chen and Quanta founder and chairman Barry Lam. Both executives recently attended a medical conference in Taiwan, where each of them hinted at the impending release of Windows 12 in one way or another, although the source doesn’t provide exact quotes.

It is curious that the publication does not attribute any of the executives for the statement about the timing of the release of Windows 12, although the article includes a quote from Barry Lam, who called his company the first to invest in computers with artificial intelligence. a new category of devices, the appearance of which was previously announced by Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger (Pat Gelsinger).

While the definition of an AI computer can vary from company to company, such devices typically refer to PCs with processors that have an integrated neural processor, such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite. The AI ​​computers are expected to be unveiled at the Intel Developer Conference in New York on December 14th and will be on display at CES next January.

Microsoft has already started integrating AI-powered features into Windows 11 with the release of Copilot, an assistant based on a large language model. Currently, the AI ​​algorithm uses cloud computing power to operate, rather than a computer processor. It is possible that this will change with the release of Windows 12 and the work of the AI ​​algorithms will be based on the processor used in the computer.

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Robbie Elmers

Robbie Elmers is a staff writer for Tech News Space, covering software, applications and services.

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