Windows 10 Copilot has entered public testing with Insiders

Windows 10 22H2 Home and Pro users who are Windows Insiders now have the option to access the Copilot AI assistant. To try it out, go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and turn on the "Get the latest updates as soon as they become available" toggle. Copilot will be included in Windows 10 22H2, build 19045.3757 (KB5032278).

How to enable Copilot in Windows 10 Build 19045.3754

Recently, Microsoft announced that the Copilot feature will become available in Windows 10 in forthcoming updates. Additionally, Microsoft released Windows 10 build 19045.3754 (KB5032278) insiders on the Release Preview channel. It prepares the integration of Copilot in Windows 10. But it was quickly found by enthusiasts that Copilot already exists in that build.

Microsoft has officially announced Copilot for Windows 10

Microsoft has officially announced the addition of the Copilot feature to Windows 10 Home and Pro. Earlier, such rumors were circulation on the Internet but without a word from Microsoft. So in the coming months, Microsoft will release the AI-powered Copilot assistant for Windows 10 Insiders.

Windows 11 and Windows 10 Patch Tuesday Updates, November 14, 2023

The monthly cumulative updates have been released by Microsoft for all currently supported Windows 11/10 systems. These updates primarily focus on fixing any identified errors and addressing vulnerabilities rather than introducing new features. Users can already get them from the Windows Update.

Microsoft is about to add Copilot to Windows 10

Microsoft plans to bring up the Copilot feature to Windows 10 in a future update. This decision has been driven by the significant market share still held by Windows 10, which is currently utilized on approximately one billion devices, compared to Windows 11's 400 million. Incorporating Copilot into Windows 10 appears to be a strategic move to expand its user base.

A petition asks Microsoft to extend support for Windows 10

The Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) has recently submitted a petition to Microsoft urging them to extend support for Windows 10. Currently, it is estimated that there are around 400 million PCs worldwide, out of a total of 1 billion, that are unable to run Windows 11 due to strict system requirements of the latter. These users will now face the dilemma of having to throw away their PCs and purchase new ones since they will not be able to upgrade to Windows 11 in 2025 when Windows 10 will no longer be supported or updated.

September 2023 Cumulative Updates for Windows 11 and 10

Patch Tuesday's updates are now available for both Windows 11 and Windows 10. These patches aren't aimed to bring with them drastic changes to the OS and its features. But still you will notice some new behavior. For example, Windows 22H2 will now automatically open the search pane when you hover over the taskbar.

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