Microsoft has announced that its revamped search engine, Bing, powered for a few days with artificial intelligence (AI), has been integrated into the Windows 11 taskbar, with a box that can be typed directly to get search results. .
The technology company presented the new versions of its Bing search engine and its Edge browser at the beginning of February, when it indicated that from then on they would be based on the ChatGPT chatbot, developed by OpenAI.
Microsoft has now commented that the new Bing already has a shortcut in the Windows 11 interface, by integrating it into your taskbar, with a search box that you can type in to get all the results.
This feature is already available to Bing preview users, who will need to install the latest search engine update to access it.
Along with this new functionality, Microsoft has presented a series of features focused on connectivity with Phone Link, which is already available for iOS and has updated its version for Android in order to strengthen the link between terminals and Windows PCs.
On the other hand, he has commented that the Chat function has been “totally” renewed, to make it easier to preview an incoming call or share a link to one through an application.
Windows 11 also debuts with its latest update new ‘widgets’ to include Phone Link, Xbox Game Pass, and other partner platforms of the manufacturer, such as Meta and Spotify, among others.
The Snipping tool also expands its capabilities and now allows you to capture, save and share videos directly in the application. Meanwhile, new accessibility features have been established with support for braille displays and enhanced voice access in key applications.
Finally, with the workplace in mind, Microsoft has personalized the experience with AI-recommended organizational content within the Start Menu, which will be available on Windows 11 Pro and above devices connected to Azure Active Directory (AAD).