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Insights: Microsoft’s AI-Powered Windows Copilot for Windows 11

The taskbar will offer access to Windows Copilot.


Earlier this year, Microsoft incorporated AI to its Edge web browser and Bing search engine. Microsoft’s Windows operating system, which is used by millions more users, is now getting AI features. Tuesday saw the launch of Windows 11’s Copilot AI assistant by the Satya Nadella-led business. Directly built into Windows 11, the Windows Copilot may be accessed from the taskbar. The addition of a centralised AI help platform makes Windows 11 the first PC operating system to do so. In June, Microsoft will begin testing Windows Copilot. In March, it added Copilot for 365 suite apps.

Microsoft announced a number of announcements on the spread of AI throughout its apps and services at the Microsoft Build 2023 event in Seattle, US.The IT giant is integrating Copilot, its AI personal assistant, into Windows 11.

Windows and Devices Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay stated that,”Once open, the Windows Copilot side bar stays consistent across your apps, programs and windows, always available to act as your personal assistant.”


It makes every user a power user, helping you take action, customize your settings and seamlessly connect across your favorite apps” he continued.

Across all PC applications you use, it will appear as an icon in the taskbar. Clicking it will open a chat interface sidebar. Users would be able to use Copilot to personalise their PC, discover answers to inquiries, and navigate it in a manner similar to the Bing conversation. Along with making recommendations, Windows Copilot will help you respond to prompts like “adjust settings,” “enable dark mode,” “put focus mode,” and “snap all the windows,” among others. It can also summarise and rewrite app information, as well as explain and explain it.

Copilot was previously incorporated by Microsoft into Microsoft 365, Edge, and GitHub. In June, a Windows Copilot preview version of Windows 11 will be accessible. Microsoft hasn’t given a detailed explanation of Windows Copilot’s operation. Before testing, more information is likely to be released, and after that the business will likely begin a wider deployment of Copilot to current Windows 11 users.


Microsoft’s AI-powered Microsoft 365 Copilot was integrated to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and other productivity programmes in March of this year. Google, a significant competitor of Microsoft in this market, is also introducing innovative artificial intelligence (AI) technologies as upgrades to current services.