Microsoft Store now offers AI-powered review summaries, no more scrolling through reviews

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Microsoft introduced a range of AI-centric enhancements for the Microsoft Store during the Build 2023 developer conference. As it was first introduced in Insider, it’s now starting to roll out for the general public, as viewed on Twitter (X).

The AI Hub section and AI-generated review summaries seem valuable additions to enhance the user experience. The AI-generated review summaries are handy for users who want to gauge the overall sentiment and opinions about an app or game without sifting through numerous reviews. This feature could save users time and help them make more informed decisions about which apps or games to download and use.

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The idea seems to streamline the user experience by condensing numerous reviews into informative snippets. This aids users in making well-informed decisions about app downloads. Ultimately, this innovation appears to address user needs and underscores the growing role of AI in optimizing digital platforms.

However, at the moment, this feature seems to be limited to Windows 11 users in the United States. Users outside the United States might not have access to this feature yet. It’s hoped that Microsoft will eventually expand this feature to users in other countries.

via MSPowerUser