Microsoft releases new update for Windows 11 with Copilot
Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 11, version 23H2, which adds support for Copilot artificial intelligence and other AI-related improvements.
The most important thing here is Copilot, which will now be integrated into the system and users will be able to access it at any time.
In addition, the new version of AI will include applications such as Paint, Clipchamp, and even a built-in screenshot tool that will allow you to extract and edit text.
In fact, back in September, Microsoft released an update for version 22H2 that added most of these features to the system, but it was not available to all users and had to be installed manually.
New in 23H2 is the replacement of the Chats integration with Microsoft Team, which is now pinned to the taskbar by default. John Cable, vice president of program management for Windows Services and Delivery, explained how this is useful:
“When you click to launch Microsoft Teams, you will discover a mini communications experience that makes it possible to chat, call, meet and create a space for community groups to come together, organize and share ideas in just a click or two.”