Good news for Windows 10 users. In addition to Windows 11, Microsoft is going to launch its own artificial intelligence (AI) technology co-pilot tool in the Windows 10 operating system. When this new feature is launched, Microsoft can add Co-Pilot buttons and sidebar to Windows 10 operating system just like Windows 11. As a result, Microsoft’s artificial intelligence technology can be used without updating Windows.
Last September, Microsoft launched the Co-Pilot tool for Windows 11 operating system. Running on OpenAI’s ChatGPT 4 technology, Co-Pilot can act as an artificial intelligence assistant. As a result, using it, ‘Microsoft 365’ users can enter any information automatically. Besides, you can use different information from calendar, e-mail, chat, documents, meetings and contacts as per your needs.
According to a report on the technology website Windows Central, a plugin will be released to use the tool in the Windows 10 operating system. The plugin can be used on Windows 10 as well as Windows 10. The procedure for using Co-Pilot will be similar in both operating systems.
Note that the number of users of Windows 10 operating system is currently around 100 million, but the number of users of Windows 11 is only 40 million. Therefore, if the co-pilot tool is added to the Windows 10 operating system, it is expected that the number of users will increase at a significant rate.