Microsoft has announced the integration of an artificial intelligence (AI) powered digital assistant called Co-Pilot into its latest operating system, Windows 11.
Co-Pilot AI Assistant will come pre-installed within Windows 11, joining the ranks of Microsoft Edge, Office apps, and other services.
Users will be able to access and utilize this digital assistant across all apps and programs through the taskbar.
When the Windows Pilot sidebar is opened, the bar will appear in various apps, programs, and windows, providing users with personalized assistance, according to Microsoft.
The aim of Co-Pilot is to simplify the process of adjusting Windows settings and connecting with favorite applications.
The digital assistant will offer features such as generating summaries of app content and providing explanations or paraphrasing of the information.
The appearance of the digital assistant is reminiscent of the dialog box found in Bing Chat, enabling users to ask common questions and obtain specific details.
A dedicated button for the digital assistant will be added to the Windows 11 taskbar.
The chat interface of the digital assistant will be based on GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) technology.
Microsoft plans to conduct a trial of the Co-Pilot digital assistant starting in June, gradually rolling out its availability to all Windows 11 users.