Microsoft has unveiled Windows Copilot, a new AI assistant integrated into Windows 11. This feature, accessible from the taskbar, will be rolled out in June, allowing users to benefit from its capabilities across all applications.
Similar to Bing’s AI chat, Windows Copilot aims to assist users by answering both simple and complex queries. With deep integration into the Windows operating system, the AI assistant will not only provide support in adjusting various technical settings but also aid in tasks such as document summarization, music suggestions, and more.
In an official blog post, Microsoft emphasized the convenience of Windows Copilot, stating, “Once open, the Windows Copilot sidebar remains consistent across apps, programs, and windows, serving as your personal assistant. It empowers every user to become a power user, enabling them to take action, customize settings, and seamlessly connect with their favorite apps.”
Currently, Windows Copilot is available as a text-only tool, but Microsoft has plans to expand its functionality to include voice commands. The preview version of Windows Copilot will release in June. And anticipates gaining significant popularity among Windows users, surpassing the existing Bing assistant.
With the introduction of Windows Copilot, Microsoft aims to enhance the user experience by providing an intuitive AI assistant that simplifies tasks and improves productivity. By integrating this feature directly into the operating system, Microsoft aims to streamline user interactions and offer personalized assistance across various applications and settings within Windows 11.
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