Microsoft announced at its annual Build Developers conference that an AI assistant called Copilot is coming to Windows 11.
This is a sidebar tool integrated into the operating system to assist users with various tasks, unlike Cortana, this one looks promising.
The Copilot is going to be an AI-powered assistant for Windows 11. After the failure of Cortana, it seems like Microsoft has done things right.
Unlike Cortana which was more of a gimmick, Windows Copilot actually serves some amazing features and assistance to the user. Microsoft said that Copilot can make every user efficient and improve working and learning efficiency.
Copilot is based on the Bing Chat & GPT-4. It is more a typing than a speaking assistant. It can help users with various tasks such as content summarization, rewriting, and paraphrasing, just like Chat-GPT 4 but more integrated into Windows. Integrating this in Windows 11 is allowing users to call it in any application, and provide intelligent suggestions and actions according to the user’s needs.
For example, while in a browser, you can ask a Copilot to summarise any article, or translate any page, while typing an email, you can ask it to write it for you.
Users can also ask Copilot some common or professional questions, and the AI will search for relevant information from the Internet and give answers. In addition, in settings, file managers or other applications, users can also quickly adjust system parameters, manage files or interact with other applications through this assistant.
Microsoft says that Copilot is not a chatbot or a voice assistant, but is a real personal assistant. It can understand users better than other assistants and can actually understand the users and provide the best results in reference to users’ context.
When Will Copilot Launch
This personal assistant will be pushed to Windows 11 users later this year.
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