Microsoft has made a lot of announcements with regards to new Windows 11 and also showed its collaboration to advance computing with Intel. The Blue team is likely to make the Windows 11 experience even better for the more than three-fourths of Windows PCs powered by Intel processors.
Obviously the headline feature of Windows 11 has to be the support for Android apps and for that Microsoft will be using Intel Bridge Technology. This is a runtime post-compiler that enables applications to run natively on x86-based devices, including running those applications on Windows.
“Intel and Microsoft’s long-standing approach to OS, system architecture and hardware integration enables the best PC experience for customers. The combination of Windows 11 and Intel® technologies and platforms offers unmatched performance, compatibility and experiences on Windows, and we’re bringing people’s favourite experiences from the phone to the PC with Intel® Bridge Technology.”–Gregory Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager, Client Computing Group
Intel’s multi-architecture XPU strategy provides the right engines for the right workloads by integrating leading CPU cores, graphics technology, artificial intelligence accelerators, image processors and more, in a single, verified solution. Intel also expects its deep partnership with Microsoft and those Intel Evo certified laptops will give the best Windows 11 experience.
New PCs enabled by Intel® Core™ processors and Intel’s broad portfolio of intellectual property and platform technologies are ready to deliver the full potential of new Windows 11 experiences — allowing people to collaborate, create and connect in ways that are meaningful to them. New experiences include:
- Intel® Bridge Technology, which vastly expands mobile applications to run right on the PC, making it easier than ever to both be productive and play favourite games all on one screen.
- Windows Snap and Thunderbolt™ 4 for the best multi-monitor experience.
- Windows and Intel® Wi-Fi 6E, to connect anywhere, anytime from a PC — with more than 60 laptop designs on the market featuring Wi-Fi 6E, among other capabilities.
Indeed the new Microsoft Windows 11 is fascinating, and with Intel Core processors, surely the experience will get even richer. Also, Intel’s new 12th Gen Alder Lake desktop processors will be unveiled soon in the coming months and could give the best Windows 11 experience even on PCs.