Microsoft is launching Copilot, a Windows 11 AI assistant, soon
Microsoft says Windows Copilot will be available in preview for Windows 11 in June
Microsoft introduced the power of AI to the Edge browser with Bing Chat, and now, they are going to embed an AI assistant in Windows 11. It is called Copilot, and Microsoft says it’s coming as soon as June.
Windows Copilot is all set to arrive in a Windows preview version via an icon in the taskbar. Clicking the icon launches the chat interface, where users can type questions or prompts, essentially acting as a personal assistant.
According to Microsoft’s marketing chief of consumer products, Yusuf Mehdi, the company will begin rolling it out in Preview in June.
About the new Copilot AI
The AI tool will be capable of executing tasks, such as summarizing documents, making music suggestions, customizing settings, and providing tech support for your PC.
And due to that, Windows Copilot will arrive with multiple new functionalities, with more to come down the road.
Although Microsoft has been hinting about integrated AI features for the past few months, no one expected the company to push out the new AI assistant so quickly.
Microsoft says Windows Copilot will be available in preview for Windows 11 in June, so stay tuned. I imagine we’re in for a long ride.
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