Introducing Copilot in Windows: A Comprehensive Look at the New Feature in Windows 10 Build 19045.3757

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Insider Program Team announces the release of Windows 10 Build 19045.3757 to the Release Preview Channel. The update begins the rollout of Copilot in Windows for devices running Windows 10, version 22H2 Home and Pro editions. This phased launch will occur over the coming months.”

Windows 10 Build 19045.3757: What’s New?

Microsoft has released Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3757 (KB5032278) to the Release Preview Channel. This update brings the much-anticipated Copilot to Windows 10, version 22H2 Home and Pro editions.

Copilot in Windows: A Major Update

The rollout of Copilot in Windows is a significant addition to the Windows 10 ecosystem. This feature will be available for users who have chosen to receive the latest updates as soon as they’re available.

How to Access Copilot

Once updated, the Copilot button will appear on the right side of the taskbar. When selected, Copilot will appear on the right side of screen without overlapping desktop content or blocking open app windows.

Known Issues and Limitations

However, there are a few limitations to be aware of. Copilot isn’t supported when the taskbar is located vertically on the screen. It’s also not currently supported on multi-monitor setups, and there may be some instability after clicking the Refresh button in the Copilot experience.

“You may see some instability after clicking Refresh button in Copilot experience. Subsequently clicking links inside the Copilot experience, closing Microsoft Edge or Copilot may cause Copilot and Microsoft Edge to crash.”

What’s Important to Know?

Notably, Windows 10 Pro devices managed by organizations, as well as Enterprise and Education edition devices, will not be included in this initial rollout of Copilot. IT administrators can learn how to manage Copilot for their organization by clicking here.

In conclusion, this update is a significant step forward for Windows 10, bringing a new level of functionality and user experience the introduction of Copilot.

  • Windows 10 Build 19045.3757 introduces Copilot in Windows, starting with devices running version 22H2 Home and Pro editions.
  • Copilot in Windows can be accessed via the right side of the taskbar and will not overlap with desktop content or open app windows.
  • Initial rollout of Copilot excludes devices managed by organizations and those running Windows 10 Enterprise and Education edition.
  • Known issues include instability after clicking the Refresh button in Copilot and lack of support for vertical taskbar positioning and multi-monitor setups.
  • Devices require more than 4GB RAM and a display adapter supporting over 720p resolution to run Copilot in Windows.
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