Microsoft is bringing Copilot AI to Windows 10 for Windows Insider users in an upcoming Release Preview update, where Copilot will appear on the right side of the Task Bar. The familiar Copilot interface will allow users to ask AI questions, manage Windows features, and interact with documents. The Copilot window won’t overlap with desktop content or block open windows, as Windows 10 still holds 69 percent of the Windows market. If Microsoft brings Copilot’s AI to 1.4 billion devices in 2023, this year of over-accelerated AI hype will have been worth it. Windows 10’s Copilot will be previewed in North America, as well as parts of Asia and South America over the next few months. Users will need to install the November preview update and enable the “Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available” feature in Windows Update.
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