Microsoft is currently trying to incorporate artificial intelligence into every Microsoft product, and Windows is no exception, as it will be enhanced with artificial intelligence technology.
The first feature that will be improved is Windows 11’s Snap Layouts, which shows the Cue feature when you hover over the Maximize/Restore button in the upper right corner of the window, allowing you to divide the screen into different areas and put multiple windows on at the same time as needed.
WindowsCentral has obtained exclusive information about Microsoft’s plans to integrate AI technology into the window-application feature to enhance the way window-application works on Windows 11.
For example, the feature can remember the layout of windows in certain software groups, and users can simply hit reply to restore the previously arranged windows instead of reworking them one by one.
Microsoft even wants to add OCR optical recognition for the window to identify the title or content words of the application in the window, so that when there are multiple window groups, users can find the applications contained therein through the search function, which can improve efficiency for users who set up a large number of windows.
As for why they want to do window groups, it is estimated that Microsoft is inspired by the browser tab group function, Chrome, Microsoft Edge and other browsers support the tab group function, you can put multiple tabs in a group and set different colors and group names, easy to categorize the same type of pages.
When you reopen the browser, you can also easily restore the pages in a specific tab group, which is very similar to the current improvements Microsoft has made in the sticky window, and adding this feature can really improve the efficiency of the operation.
It’s not clear when Microsoft is going to release this feature, but it should have already started in this week’s Windows 11 development release with the option to display smart cueing suggestions in the cueing window.