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1 Nov, 2023
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Microsoft has initiated the rollout of its Windows 11 2023 update (version 23H2), introducing additional enhancements, notably expanding access to Copilot and other AI-powered applications initially unveiled in September.

This update may seem a bit confusing to users, given that a major Windows 11 update was released in September. However, it should be clarified that the September release primarily served as a preview version of AI intended for last year's Windows 11 22H2 update. Therefore, Copilot has not been widely available to most Windows users in the past few weeks.

The Copilot concept, originally called "Windows Copilot," was unveiled in May, incorporating AI features similar to those found in Edge Copilot and similar tools directly in Windows. The Copilot concept took center stage at Microsoft's recent Surface event, during which the company emphasized its AI aspirations rather than hardware announcements.

Users looking to try out the Copilot feature are advised to monitor Windows Update. Additionally, the Windows 11 2023 update makes changes to the built-in Chat app, converting it to Microsoft Teams, which will be pinned to the taskbar by default.

In addition, users will find Windows 11 components categorized under the new "System" category in the "All Apps" section of the Start menu, and system components will be accessed from a dedicated page in the Settings app under "System."