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Microsoft wants everyone with Copilot on Windows 11 and 10!



Windows 11 CopilotMicrosoft is confident that Copilot is the future and intends to add Bing Chat functionality powered by ChatGPT to all its products and services. Windows 11 already has its own Copilot, and Microsoft recently added it to Windows 10. However, that’s not all as the company wants all Windows users to try it out.

As you probably know, Copilot powers the best models from ChatGPT and Bing Chat, including Microsoft’s big and small language models. The tech giant hopes that whether you’re a regular user or an employee working in the IT sector, you might want to try Copilot on Windows via the taskbar or Microsoft Edge.

In a lengthy press release, Microsoft quietly highlighted what makes Copilot on Windows worth trying. For example, with Copilot, Microsoft says it can leverage generative AI experiences without sacrificing privacy.

The company assures that Copilot on Windows is designed to meet both requirements effectively. For enterprise customers, Microsoft is offering a “managed version of Copilot” that allows organizations to enable AI capabilities for their employees without risking accidental disclosure of confidential or proprietary information.

Microsoft describes several benefits that Copilot brings to the Windows environment, including the ability to easily access information and services by simply typing in natural language or using voice commands.

Previously, Bing Chat was only accessible through web browsers, but Copilot takes it everywhere, including Windows 10.

Microsoft argues that it may also want to try Copilot due to its “creativity” in text and images. For example, you can use AI to generate creative content, which can open up new revenue streams.

Greater integration into an operating system

Copilot on Windows 11 has some integration at the operating system level, while its Windows 10 version is just a web wrapper.

The website WindowsLatest who tried Copilot on Windows 10 said that it is basically the Bing Chat website opened via Microsoft Edge. So you can’t open applications, change settings or do anything that makes it a native application.

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