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14 Jan, 2024
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Windows 11 users may soon see Copilot AI opening automatically on widescreen devices.

Microsoft is testing an update for Windows 11 that triggers Copilot to launch automatically on widescreen devices during startup. The change, currently in testing within the Dev Channel preview of Windows 11, is designed for devices with a minimum diagonal screen size of 27 inches and a pixel width of 1920 pixels, primarily on the main display in multi-monitor scenarios.

Microsoft clarified that this experiment won't be universal, emphasizing that it is part of ongoing testing with Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel, and such features may not necessarily be implemented in the final release.

The attempt to automatically launch Copilot aligns with Microsoft's strategy to leverage AI technology, although it may face resistance from Windows users who prefer more control over their system configurations.

This development echoes Microsoft's previous efforts, such as the automatic launch of Microsoft Edge in certain scenarios, drawing attention to the company's push for its AI technologies within the Windows environment. The potential change, if implemented, could join a list of features that users may choose to disable based on their preferences.