Warning: getimagesize(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 in /home/tvoitete/voiceofthe.net/wp-content/plugins/td-cloud-library/shortcodes/header/tdb_header_logo.php on line 786

Warning: getimagesize(http://voiceofthe.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Voice-Of-The-Net-logo-300x50.png): failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /home/tvoitete/voiceofthe.net/wp-content/plugins/td-cloud-library/shortcodes/header/tdb_header_logo.php on line 786

Warning: getimagesize(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 in /home/tvoitete/voiceofthe.net/wp-content/plugins/td-cloud-library/shortcodes/header/tdb_header_logo.php on line 786

Warning: getimagesize(http://voiceofthe.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Voice-Of-The-Net-logo-300x50.png): failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /home/tvoitete/voiceofthe.net/wp-content/plugins/td-cloud-library/shortcodes/header/tdb_header_logo.php on line 786

AI Assistant Copilot Is Coming To Windows 10

A new accompanying document posted on the company’s website reveals that the AI-based Copilot assistant, which became part of the Windows 11 operating system this year, will also be available to Windows 10 users. Microsoft clarifies that this new tool will come  first for members of the Windows Insider program, and then will be available to all Windows 10 users.

The Windows 10 22H2 Enterprise and Education platform variants won’t get Copilot yet, but the company has updated documentation for administrators wondering how the AI ​​service will be managed on their organization’s computers when it does arrive.  Copilot will not appear for all insiders yet – Microsoft will roll out the function gradually, using the CFR (Controlled Feature Rollout) mechanism. The AI-powered assistant is still more reminiscent of Bing Chat in the Edge browser, rather than a fully integrated tool in the OS in the form in which it appeared for Windows 11. But both Windows 10 itself and Copilot are designated as preliminary versions, so the release of the general public  option, the chatbot will likely look different and gain additional capabilities.

Microsoft’s decision to bring Copilot to Windows 10 makes sense given the operating system’s popularity, which is more than double that of Windows 11.

Latest articles

Powerful ZTE Axon 60 Ultra With Satellite Connectivity Introduced

ZTE introduced a new product in China with flagship characteristics Axon 60 Ultra. The smartphone supports several Chinese satellite communication systems, including...

SpaceX Falcon 9 First Stage Completes 20th Flight For The First Time

SpaceX carried out the 20th launch of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle with 23 Starlink satellites. The broadcast was conducted on the...

Meta Tests Private Messaging In Threads

Threads' popularity soon surpassed 130 million users, but many of them complained about the lack of direct messaging capabilities. As such, Meta...

Oppo Introduced The A3 Pro Smartphone For $280

Oppo introduced the Oppo A3 Pro smartphone, which has IP69 protection, the maximum protection for consumer devices, and is quite affordable compared...

Related articles

Leave a reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here