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Microsoft rolls out Copilot to Windows 10 hold-outs

Microsoft rolls out Copilot to Windows 10 hold-outs

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Months after announcing the end of major updates to Windows 10, Microsoft has just unveiled plans to bring Copilot to users still on Windows 10.

In an update to its support document, Microsoft said that the “great feedback” it’s received on Copilot in Windows has made it want to extend the value to more people, hence the Windows 10 revisit.

To enable it, users need to be on Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3754 (KB5032278), go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, and turning on ”Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available” and Check for updates. Microsoft added that this rollout would be a phased launch via controlled feature rollout (CFR) over the coming months in select regions first before a larger rollout.

Image source: Microsoft.

When enabled on your device, The Copilot in Windows button will appear on the right side of the taskbar. When you select it, Copilot in Windows appears at the right of your screen. It will not overlap with desktop content or block open app windows.

Note that you need to have a PC with at least 4GB RAM and 720P plus screen resolution to run Copilot. Microsoft says that it may put a safeguard hold in place and not offer Copilot in Windows (in preview) until that issue is resolved.

Microsoft claims not to be changing the end of support date for Windows 10 which remains as October 14, 2025. How much Copilot support Windows 10 will ultimately receive is up in the air with the company only saying that they will be “sharing more information in the future through our normal channels”.

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