Microsoft tests Windows 11 with built-in fix for poor meeting audio


Microsoft tests Windows 11 with built-in fix for poor meeting audio -Gudstory

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Microsoft released a new Canary test build for Windows yesterday that brings the company’s Voice Clarity feature, which previously only worked on Surface devices, to all Windows machines, including machines that use ARM CPUs. The company said in a blog post that the feature uses “low-complexity AI models” to filter out background noise, echoes and echoes in real time.

If Voice Clarity works well enough, its clearly best use is to make a Zoom or Teams meeting less unbearable – after all, how many times have you found yourself lost because someone is 10 minutes away from a laptop? Giving a presentation while standing feet away, their voice drowned in a sea of ​​echoes or echoes? Or are you unable to focus on what you’re saying because your every word is coming back at you through another attendee’s microphone?

Microsoft says PC games can also use this feature for voice chat, where, again, it will use AI to suppress unwanted background noise. This build also brings instant access to photos and screenshots from connected Android devices and a new Windows setup process, which the company says has a “much cleaner and more modern design.” It also adds the 80Gbps update to USB4.


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