This Neat Trick Lets You Access the New Copilot App Right Now!

Microsoft has been diligently working on enhancing the user experience of its Copilot chatbot. The tech giant has recently teased the all-new Copilot app at its annual Microsoft Surface event alongside the new Copilot+ PCs.

Early this week, Microsoft released the big Windows 11 24H2 upgrade to the release preview channel for testers. With this new upgrade, the company has also started rolling out the all-new Copilot app. However, there is no ETA for when the new Copilot app will be widely available.

In the release notes of the 24H2 build, Microsoft stated, “This change will be making is way to Insiders in the Canary, Dev, and Beta Channels shortly.”

The new Copilot app offers a flexible experience, which means you can now resize it, snap it, or you can even maximize it. Additionally, you can multitask with the new Copilot app for Windows and drag and drop anything to the Copilot.

Later this year, you will receive troubleshooting suggestions via Copilot in Settings, File Explorer for Photos, and more. Microsoft also confirmed that the GPT-4o from OpenAI will be available in Copilot soon. It will bring some amazing capabilities like screen sharing while playing games and many other cool features.

Now if you want early access to the new Copilot app for Windows, then you can do it in seconds on Windows 10 and Windows 11 PCs.

How to Access the New Copilot App in Seconds

Since the new Copilot app for Windows is in a rolling phase, you can access the new user interface through its Microsoft Edge-based PWA (Progressive Web App). You can follow the below steps to install the Copilot PWA app on your system.

I tested this on my Windows 11 PC running the 23H2 build, on my teammate’s PC running the 24H2 build, and on a Windows 10 PC with the latest version.

Step 1: Open this URL (https://copilot.microsoft.com/?dpwa=1) in Microsoft Edge.

Step 2: A little app icon will appear inside the address bar, simply click on it and select the Install app option.

How to Access the New Copilot App in Seconds

Step 3: When installed the app will open automatically and ask you to pin the app in the Start Menu and Taskbar, simply click on the Allow button.

How to Access the New Copilot App in Seconds

That’s it.

Now type your question or prompt into the chat interface box and press enter or click the send button to submit your query.

As the new Copilot app supports multitasking, you can easily drag and drop anything, here’s an example showing the new feature.

So, this is one of the easiest ways to access the all-new Copilot app for Windows without waiting for the wider rollout.

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