Microsoft is going all out on the AI ecosystem. During the earlier part of the year, we got to see Microsoft tease out the new Windows AI Copilot feature. So, what is the Windows Copilot feature? Well Microsoft’s Copilot is an AI assistant or companion that you can use right from the desktop on your Windows 11 PC. The new Windows Copilot AI will be there to help improve your experience with Windows 11. You can ask it to help you perform certain and select tasks.
If you have used any of the Microsoft products such as Microsoft 365, Microsoft Edge, or even their search engine Bing, you might have come across the AI Copilot when using those programs. Now, Microsoft is ready to bring its AI Copilot to the masses with Windows 11. Yes, now all users whether you are Windows Insider or not, will soon be able to use the new AI Copilot. Microsoft’s AI Copilot is slated to roll out starting 26th of September.
While Microsoft has stated that AI Copilot will roll out with the brand new big update on the 26th of September, a few users have already reported that they have been seeing the Windows AI Copilot on their desktops. Once made available to all users, you will be able to access the Windows AI Copilot feature either as an app accessible from taskbar or it will appear after you right click on an eligible content.
The Copilot is a big feature which will improve user productivity in the entire Windows 11 system. You can check the big list of changes related to Windows AI Copilot here.
When the 26th of September comes, you can choose to manually check for the update. Simply launch the Settings app and click on the Windows Update tile at the top right corner. Click on the Check for Updates button to make your Windows 11 system check and download the update if it’s available in your regions and system. It will begin rolling out on September 26, but it may take several days to roll out to everyone.