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Recall is Microsoft’s key to unlocking the future of PCs

stage with recall logo on big screen, Microsoft VP for Windows and Devices Pavan Davuluri on stage
Microsoft’s head of Windows and Surface, Pavan Davuluri, onstage at the company’s Surface event. | Image: Allison Johnson / The Verge

Microsoft’s launching Recall for Windows 11, a new tool that keeps track of everything you see and do on your computer and, in return, gives you the ability to search and retrieve anything you’ve done on the device.

The scope of Recall, which Microsoft has internally called AI Explorer, is incredibly vast — it includes logging things you do in apps, tracking communications in live meetings, remembering all websites you’ve visited for research, and more. All you need to do is perform a “Recall” action, which is like an AI-powered search, and it’ll present a snapshot of that period of time that gives you context of the memory.

As a matter of fact, everything you do on the PC appears on an explorable timeline you can scroll through. You can…

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