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Artificial Intelligence will save the PC in 2024!



Personally, I think 2024 is not a year to buy, but rather to “wait” and see what will happen. In other words, understanding whether Artificial Intelligence will really create a strong impact on the market, or whether it is just another gigantic mountain ready to give birth to another dwarf mouse.

But, even if the implementation of Artificial Intelligence is a success in 2024, I still think it’s a good idea to wait and see, because the hardware will have to adapt to a whole new level of demand from users.

This is exactly why on the mobile side we already have some chip manufacturers developing designs more focused on AI, as is the case of Qualcomm with the Snapdragon 8 Gen4, and it is also the case of Samsung which is currently developing RAM and more efficient storage for this type of use.

Still, everything indicates that the world of computers looks at the year 2024 as an authentic gold mine! Why!? Let’s try to understand.

Artificial Intelligence will save the PC in 2024!

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Therefore, the many manufacturers of components for desktops and portable PCs are currently rubbing their hands with glee, expecting an increase in demand of at least 11% in 2024. This should mean around 250 million machines sent to shelves.

Excellent news for the industry, after a very significant drop in demand for computers following the COVID-19 pandemic.

What is the reason for this jump in demand?

Well, if you perhaps have doubts about what Artificial Intelligence could bring to the table in the world of smartphones, the world of computers works in a slightly different way.

In other words, this increase in demand will always happen, be it 11% or higher, because Microsoft will launch its new Windows 12 sometime in the summer of 2024. In case you didn’t know, when a new Windows is launched, there is always an increase in demand. looking for new machines.

In fact, this will be especially true with Windows 12! All because Microsoft will undeniably increase the minimum requirements, which will clearly leave many machines out. In reality, it is a repeat of the Windows 11 strategy, now in a much more assertive, and flawless way, on Microsoft’s part.

We have to wait and see what all this will lead to. But if manufacturers start betting on more local AI computing, buying now is… Strange. We will see many changes in the development and launch of new hardware in 2024 and 2025. Therefore, if you happen to have hardware that is still quite recent, purchases should be reserved for that time.

First of all, what do you think about all this? Are you thinking about buying new hardware? Or are you afraid of what’s coming? Share your opinion with us in the comments box below.

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