Microsoft to include Windows 11 ‘AI Copilot’ feature in Windows 10

A person familiar with the development reported that tech-giant Microsoft might include the Windows 11 AI Copilot features in Windows 10 as well. Yes, you heard it right, Microsoft is currently planning to bring AI Copilot features along with several new features and services to Windows 10. Do you know how many people use Windows 10 in the era of Windows 11? Those people who are still stuck with Windows 10 are deprived of this AI Copilot feature of Microsoft as it was introduced in Windows 11 for the first time. But now, the tech giant is thinking of bringing this feature to Windows 10 which is being used by more than 1 billion users. In the following sections, we have explained what would change if Microsoft included AI Copilot in Windows 10. So be sticky with this page and keep reading this article till the end. Swipe down the page.

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Reportedly, Microsoft is working to bring the Windows 11 AI Copilot features to Windows 10. Not only AI Copilot will be added but the company may also bring several ‘select new features and services’ to the older Windows. This step of Microsoft will help around 1 billion Windows 10 users. Windows Central’s Zac Bowden cited in his report that Microsoft will include a Copilot option to the taskbar of Windows 10. What will happen on clicking on this button? Clicking on the Copilot button will open the same Copilot sidebar interface as Windows 11. Shift to the next section and read more details.

In the report, Bowden further added that one of the main reasons Microsoft is adding the AI Copilot feature to Windows 10 is market share. The latest version of Windows is currently being used by over 40 million users while the earlier version is still being used by over 1 billion people which is more than double-fold worldwide. This data implies Windows users are still yet to get their hands on this feature. Swipe down the page and read more about AI Copilot.

Microsoft announced AI Copilot at the Build 2023 that it is powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4 large language model which allows users to change the system’s theme, adjust volume, understand the context of a page, and more tasks. If AI Copilot brings to Windows 10, it might also incentivize developers to make more plugins for the platform. It is also said that AI Copilot will offer the same functionalities as its Windows 11 counterpart with Microsoft planning to port more features to the older operating system.