You’ll soon be able to use Copilot in Windows on multiple monitors

October 18, 2023

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Microsoft has announced that Copilot in Windows, its AI-powered assistant, can now be used on multiple monitors, as the feature is included in the latest Windows insider build for the Dev channel

This means that you can now access Copilot’s features and functionality from whichever monitor you’re working on, without having to switch back and forth.

Billed as Build 23570, Redmond officials also said that they’re “rebranding” the Xbox Game Bar on desktop. Now, it’s called Game Bar, and will live under the Start menu and the Settings app.

Yu can either click the Copilot button on the taskbar on the monitor you want it to open on if you want to use the AI assistance tool on multiple displays, or simply press the WIN + C shortcut to summon Copilot on the last monitor it was visible on. 

Or, you can also press WIN + T to focus on the taskbar if you’re using the keyboard, then use the arrow keys to navigate to the Copilot button, then hit Enter.

Check out Microsoft’s full changelog for Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570 here.

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