In May, Microsoft introduced its AI-powered Copilot for Windows, announcing that it would be available exclusively for devices running Windows 11. However, upon its formal release in September, the Copilot feature was not available on PCs running Windows 10. The feature also requires 4GB of RAM and a minimum display resolution of 720p, which may exclude some older, underpowered PCs. Microsoft later reconsidered its approach, realizing that excluding several hundred million customers was a bad idea. As a result, they announced that Copilot would be available on Windows 10, with a mockup version showing it resembling its Windows 11 counterpart. The feature will be delivered through a controlled feature rollout over the coming months.
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