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Windows 11 Moment 5 Update Released with New Features

Microsoft has released the Windows 11 Moment 5 update, which includes a number of new features and improvements.

One of the biggest changes in Moment 5 is to the Nearby Sharing feature. Previously, Nearby Sharing could only be used to transfer files over a private network. However, with Moment 5, users can now transfer files over a public network as well.

Microsoft has also improved the performance of Nearby Sharing. File transfers are now faster and more reliable. Additionally, Microsoft has made it easier to identify devices when using Nearby Sharing.

The Narrator feature has also been improved in Moment 5. Users can now choose from 10 different voices for Narrator. Additionally, Narrator has been improved at reading text on screen and handwritten text.

The Voice Access feature has also been improved in Moment 5. Voice Access now supports German, French, and Spanish. Additionally, users can now use Voice Access on multiple monitors. When using Voice Access on multiple monitors, Voice Access will use a grid system to make it easier for users to access the area of the screen they want.

Microsoft has also included a number of other smaller changes and improvements in Moment 5. Users may not receive the new update immediately. Microsoft typically releases updates gradually over a period of time.

 

Here are some of the other changes and improvements in Moment 5:

The Photos app has been updated with new AI features, including the ability to automatically create slideshows and collages.

The Clipchamp video editor has also been updated with new AI features, including the ability to automatically generate text captions for videos.

The Task Manager has been updated with a new design and new features, such as the ability to view the energy usage of individual processes.

The Settings app has been updated with a new design and new features, such as the ability to create a custom accent color for your PC.

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