Mark Sagent
Microsoft is bringing Copilot, its AI-powered chatbot, to Windows 10 in preview, offering users the ability to ask questions and seek suggestions for various tasks and topics. However, the Windows 10 version of Copilot lacks certain capabilities compared to the Windows 11 version, such as customization of preferences and opening apps. The move aims to leverage the larger user base of Windows 10, which is still in use on around a billion active devices, compared to Windows 11's 400 million active devices, making it more appealing to developers for creating Copilot plug-ins. #AI • #AiTool • #Microsoft • #Copilot • #ChatGPT
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