Microsoft just announced the introduction of its Copilot AI to Windows 10. This move comes as Microsoft aims to bring its AI to more users, and there are way more users of Windows 10 when compared to Windows 11 to this date. Referring to data, Microsoft’s latest version of Windows, Windows 11 is used by only 26 percent of the total Windows users, while the previous version, Windows 10, holds 69 percent of the share, says GlobalStats.
Upon installation, Microsoft’s Copilot AI will make its presence on the right side of the Task Bar. Once selected, the familiar Copilot interface will appear on the right side of the desktop. It will provide users with a versatile tool to ask questions, manage Windows features, and interact with documents. A notable aspect is that the Copilot window is designed not to overlap with desktop content or obstruct open windows, ensuring a seamless and uninterrupted user experience.
A strategic rollout of Copilot AI to Windows 10
Microsoft is strategically introducing Copilot AI in Windows 10 to a select audience initially. Users on Windows 10, version 22H2 Home and Pro editions, who are part of the Windows Insider program, will be the first to access Microsoft’s innovative AI feature.
To get an early taste of Copilot, Windows Insiders can follow a simple process. After installing the November 2023 non-security preview update (KB5032278), users can navigate to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. Enable “Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available” and check for updates. It will initiate the phased rollout, giving you an early hands-on experience.
The Copilot preview will extend to more regions over the next few months. It will reportedly include North America, as well as parts of Asia and South America. Microsoft plans to publish a follow-up blog post once the rollout gains momentum. It will keep interested users informed about updates and new developments.
This strategic move by Microsoft showcases its commitment to making the fruits of its AI research available to the masses.
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