Intel Delivers Advanced Windows 11 Experience with Core Processors and Bridge Technology

Intel and Microsoft are advancing computing through a long history of joint engineering and collaboration. The two companies will further strengthen their partnership to provide a fundamentally reimagined computing experience with the new 'Windows 11', which will be installed on Windows PC 1 powered by Intel processors, which accounts for more than three-quarters of Windows PCs on the 25th. reinforced

"Intel and Microsoft's long-standing approach to OS, system architecture, and hardware integration has provided users with the best PC experience," said Gregory Bryant, Intel Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Client Computing Group. The combination of Windows 11 and Intel technologies and platforms provides unparalleled performance, compatibility, and experience on Windows, and Intel Bridge Technology enables users to enjoy their preferred mobile phone experience on their PCs.”

Powered by Intel Core processors and Intel's broad portfolio of IP and platform technologies, new PCs are ready to deliver the full potential of the new Windows 11 experience. This enables users to collaborate, create and connect in meaningful ways. New experiences are: 

  • Intel Bridge Technology greatly expanded to run mobile applications directly on your PC, increases productivity, and lets you enjoy your favorite games all on one screen.
  • Optimize multi-monitor environment with Windows Snap and Thunderbolt 4
  • With Windows and Intel Wi-Fi 6E, you can connect anytime, anywhere from your PC. More than 60 laptop designs with Wi-Fi 6E and more have been released.

With Intel Bridge Technology, PCs continue to provide the best choice and best experience for the broadest application ecosystem. Intel Bridge Technology is a runtime post-compiler that enables native applications to run on x86-based devices, including running applications on Windows. Intel's multi-architecture XPU strategy combines industry-leading CPU cores, graphics technology, artificial intelligence accelerators, image processors, and more in one proven solution to deliver an engine optimized for the right workload.

In addition to these hardware advances, the joint engineering of the software divisions of Intel and Microsoft will enable best-in-class Windows-based products. Intel has already validated more than 80 Windows-based Intel Evo platforms. This includes top OEMs such as Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, LG, MSI and Samsung. With its 10th, 11th, and future generations of Intel Core processor-based platforms for consumers, businesses, education, enthusiasts, and more, Intel expects to deliver the widest range of computing experiences in Windows 11 and beyond, launching this year. have.

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