If you’ve been using Windows recently, then you’ve probably had Copilot shoved down your throat at some point. Microsoft went all-in on AI recently, and Copilot is the company’s AI platform. Well, according to Microsoft, Copilot is making it to more Windows 11 and Windows 10 computers soon.

Microsoft has been putting a lot of work into tightly integrating Copilot into the Windows operating system. It’s looking to have the same sort of integration that Google Assistant has with Android. Well, some people using Windows 11 have been able to access Copilot and see what it’s all about, and many more users are still waiting for that chance.

Copilot is rolling out to more Windows 11 and Windows 10 computers

In order to enable Copilot on your computer, you need to be running the latest version of Windows 11. This is version 23H2. When enabled, you will see the Copilot logo at the bottom right of the screen. This will bring out a side panel that you can use to interact with Copilot.

If you don’t have the latest version of Windows 11, then your wait will soon come to an end. The company just announced that it’s beginning an extended rollout of Copilot. So, it’s going to make it to more  Windows 11 devices over the coming weeks. Copilot will enable itself on Windows 11 version 23H2, however, it will not if you’re running Windows 11 version 22H2.

If you are using Windows 10, then you’re going to have to wait just a bit longer. According to the report, “Eligible devices running Home and Pro editions of Windows 10 version 22H2, and are not managed by an organization, will start to receive Copilot in Windows later this month.”  The company plans on finishing up this latest rollout by the end of May. So, at the latest, you will have two months to wait to receive Copilot.

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