Windows 11 to bring your desktop to life with AI-enhanced moving wallpapers. This new development will in no doubt bring a lot of life and very much-needed shake-up to things.
Windows 11 AI-Enhanced Moving Wallpapers
Operating system Windows 11 is set to get a whole new look as well as feel with a reported upcoming update all thanks to an AI-powered feature on the platform that will shake things up and most definitely revamp the whole desktop experience for users.
Internal documents sighted by Windows Latest suggest that we may get something very much like to a ‘live wallpaper’ for the desktops of users. This new development would make the wallpaper look very much like it’s ‘popping out’ of your screen when it is that you get to move your cursor across the display, with its whole appearance in question changing based on the movement of the cursor.
Windows Latest in addition to this, hints at the potential of including a ‘parallax effect’ to the background of the desktop, thus making the wallpaper in question get to move more slowly in the background than the windows and apps that are on top, thus giving users the illusion of depth to make your background look more colorful, eventful and immersive.
Microsoft Pushing Hard On AI Integration
Microsoft on its own end has reportedly been pushing hard on AI integration, thus putting a lot of time as well as effort into implementing artificial intelligence into its products since the success of the new and improved Bing search, and it now seems that every facet of the products of Microsoft may just be graced by AI at some point in time.
We are probably just going to see wallpapers that are powered by AI on devices that can reportedly support the movement detection that is needed to create the desired effect. So, that said, we just might get to see the very first feature on newer and much more powerful systems and machines.
Microsoft Using AI to Improve the Aesthetics of the Device of Users
It is exciting to see Microsoft making use of AI to improve the aesthetics of the device of users, even if it is just a nifty wallpaper at this particular stage in time. And from what we can tell so far, these very depth and movement effects in question should work with most images that you might use as a desktop background, and should then get to save you from having to search for (and install) live wallpaper applications.
What Next To Expect From Microsoft
This also could be the very first step in creating a truly immersive as well as interesting background with the help of AI, as we may soon get to see new features pop up once Microsoft finally makes the feature available. The company hopefully, will build on that, and then get to introduce more fun as well as engaging mediums to make the devices of users their own.
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