Microsoft to Bring Copilot to One Billion Windows 10 Users Soon
Microsoft is reportedly planning to bring its generative AI-powered particular assistant, Copilot, to one billion Windows 10 users soon.
According to Windows Central, comparable to Windows 11, this update will place a Copilot button directly on the Windows 10 taskbar, opening the same Copilot sidebar experience found on Windows 11.
One of the best ways to measure up an AI's capability after launch is to get it in front of as numerous users as possible.
Delivering Copilot to another billion users for potential use would help Copilot scale up fast.
Though just being on a computer does not guarantee anyone will open it.
The Windows 10 Copilot update will also include plugins that work across both operating systems.
According to the report, the primary reason for this new update is to increase market share.
The main change in the new update( known as Windows 11, version 23H2) includes the name change of Microsoft Teams to Chat.
Microsoft sees a fresh 1 billion users as an untapped market for Copilot expansion, therefore, integrating Copilot into Windows 10 is a natural ensuing step for the company, the report stated.
The AI assistant for Windows 11 launched in beta in August and officially in September.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has started rolling out the coming major update to its Windows 11 PC operating system with some new features.
The main change in the new update (known as Windows 11, version 23H2) includes the name change of Microsoft Teams to Chat.