Microsoft yesterday unveiled a new news service called Microsoft Start, which can be considered a combination of current MSN and Microsoft News.
Microsoft Start is Redmond’s new app that can actually be described as a news feed. The meaning of the news feed is that the user can enter this section of the news and events of the day to be informed that most likely the Microsoft News application came to your mind, which is somewhat true.
Just like Microsoft News, Microsoft Start includes news and media content from more than 1,000 different news sites. The American company used artificial intelligence and a machine learning algorithm to categorize the news and what kind of news would be displayed to users, so that the displayed content would be tailored to the user’s interests and tastes.
Microsoft Start, as mentioned, displays up-to-date world news, provides personalized content, covers sports news, and even keeps the user up to date on the weather in different regions. This makes it more similar to the current MSN service. Of course, Microsoft MSN will not be eliminated with the start of the startup, but only users will have access to a better and more attractive application.
Microsoft has also designed the Microsoftstart.com website for this application , which is available in all new browsers around the world and can be accessed by all users of different platforms. The mobile version of Microsoft News is now available under the name Microsoft Start.
When Windows 11 is officially unveiled next month, the app will be part of Windows’ features by default, and even Microsoft Edge will show the service in part of its new tab page. However, for iOS and Android users or other platforms, this service is available online .
Source: The Verge