Microsoft tests autorun of AI Copilot in Windows 11

Microsoft is opening up new horizons for artificial intelligence integration by testing the automatic launch of its AI Copilot service on Windows 11 PCs. This innovation, which is currently limited to computers with a screen size of 27 inches or more, is part of the Windows Insider program.

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The main idea is to have Copilot launch as soon as the operating system starts, providing users with instant access to the capabilities of this chatbot developed on the basis of OpenAI’s GPT model. It remains to be seen whether this feature will be included in the final version of the OS, but Microsoft’s commitment to improving its AI assistant is palpable. They even added special Copilot keys on laptop keyboards.

Nevertheless, not everyone is happy about this development. Some testers and experts consider the autorun feature too intrusive, comparing it to forced Edge integration. However, for those who prefer a more traditional startup, you can disable Copilot in the settings.

Source Microsoft
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