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Copilot AI Asistant Windows 11 major update

Last Modified : 01 Nov, 2023 / Created : 01 Nov, 2023
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Microsoft has announced a major update to Windows 11 that includes the Copilot AI assistant.



What is Windows 11's Copilot AI?


Copilot is an AI service supported by Microsoft, based on OpenAI's large-scale language model. It operates to produce human-like text and content upon people's instructions. It can be used for drafting emails, answering questions, and performing automated tasks in Windows. It also can retrieve information from websites to enhance its knowledge base.


How to Use Copilot AI


You can activate this feature through the major update of Windows 11 23H2. After the update, you need to activate the feature as follows:

  • Go to Personalization > Taskbar
  • Activate Copilot from the right menu
  • Check the added Copilot on the bottom panel


For reference, you can use this feature more conveniently with the Win + C shortcut. Pressing this shortcut brings up a panel on the right side of the screen, where you can have a text conversation with the new virtual assistant. It is said to be more advanced than Cortana, which was introduced with the release of Windows 10 in 2015.

Source. Microsoft Blog


Using in the Browser


Copilot AI can be used in browsers, allowing for activities such as summarizing pages or asking for related information. Now, with the Edge browser and Copilot AI, you can achieve higher productivity and convenience.


With this update, Copilot AI has gone beyond what Github Copilot offered and can do much more. The use of various AI features on the computer has become easier and more convenient, and further technological advancements are expected in the future.

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