Soon, Windows 11 users will be able to enjoy all the benefits that Microsoft Copilot brings.
Microsoft he had already shown us a preview of Copilotits new artificial intelligence assistant based on GPT, which would gradually be integrated into the different platforms and services of the company. Now, during its Microsoft Build 2023 developer conference, the company has wanted to go further by announcing the arrival of Windows Copilot.
Windows Copilot is the version of Copilot integrated into Windows 11and the company’s goal is “to make any user a power user.” Broadly speaking, it’s not much different from the Bing Chat integration in the Edge browser, although in this case will be available anywhere in the operating systemregardless of the application being used.
Windows Copilot can summarize text, correct code and more
Once available, Windows Copilot will be present in the system taskbar via a shortcut, right next to the search bar. Tapping on the shortcut will open a chat-like text dialog, where the user can write their request or query and wait for Copilot to generate the desired response.
Microsoft refers to Copilot as “a personal assistant,” which can not only perform tasks similar to what we’ve already seen in Bing Chat with GPT-4, but by integrating with the operating system, it also has the ability to ability to modify settings system at the user’s request.
Since it is a tool based on GPT-4, the same language model that gives life to ChatGPT bing Chat, Microsoft will let you install plugins in its new wizard, giving users the option to get even more out of Copilot.
The first tests of Windows Copilot will begin throughout the month of June, before reaching all Windows 11 users.