Microsoft Expands Copilot AI to More Windows Users

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Adriana Silva Lozano
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Microsoft has just announced the wider rollout of Copilot AI to more Windows 11 users and soon to Windows 10 users. The AI assistant is set to be available to a broader audience, with businesses depending on admin policies. Windows 11 users can have up to 10 queries with Copilot before signing in to their Microsoft account. The rollout will reach most targeted devices by the end of May. Meanwhile, Copilot's icon will appear in the taskbar, with a 'Pre' mark indicating it is still in preview. Although it can be turned off, it cannot be removed from the system entirely. Microsoft is slowly expanding Copilot’s capabilities regarding changing Windows settings. Overall, Microsoft's initiative to bring AI to more users marks an important development in the Windows ecosystem.

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