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It’s that time again for Windows 11 insiders. This time, Microsoft is today rolling out Copilot in Windows to those in the Release Preview Channel.
The announcement came just in time with yesterday’s Microsoft Surface 2023 event, where the AI-powered assistant was the talk of the town alongside two new Surface devices.
Copilot is a new AI-powered assistant that can help you with tasks, and after looking at yesterday’s rebranding announcement, it seems like the tool will be all over Windows ecosystem and apps in the future.
So, if you’re a Release Preview channel insider, you can update your system to Windows 11 Build 22621.2361 (KB5030310) through the update section in the Settings app.
In addition to Copilot, Microsoft is also releasing a number of other new features to the Release Preview Channel today, including a modernized WinAppSDK-powered modernized File Explorer, improvements in the Windows Backup aoo, new natural voices in Narrator, and more.
As announced during the event, Microsoft said that Copilot is rolling out for general users on September 26th.
Read Microsoft’s official changelog for the Windows 11 Build 22621.2361 (KB5030310) update here.