Microsoft integrates AI and Bing Chat into Windows 11 with Windows Copilot

Windows Copilot

Microsoft has integrated a Copilot AI assistant into Windows 11. It feels similar to the Copilot sidebars we see in Edge, Office apps, and Github. Windows Copilot will be available to use across all the apps and software.

With Windows Copilot, Microsoft is integrating AI directly into Windows. It is basically Bing Chat but for Windows. You can perform similar tasks and get answers to your prompts directly in Windows a need to open Edge for Bing chat.

There is a button at the center of your taskbar to invite Windows Copilot. Once it is open, it stays consistent across your apps, programs, and windows. Then you can ask a range of questions and Windows Copilot will answer. Windows Copilot be used to summarize content you are seeing in an app, ask Copilot to rewrite it or explain it. If you have used the Bing Chat sidebar in Edge, you can relate to it.

Windows Copilot is built on the same platform as Bing Chat, so Microsoft is also allowing developers to extend plug-ins written for BingChat to Windows Copilot. With plugins, Windows Copilot will become even more useful.

Windows Copilot will be available to preview in June. Currently, it is a text-only tool but will surely get visual responses.

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