Windows Copilot on Windows 11 Gets Sweeter With This Dev Channel Update

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Microsoft has announced the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570 to the Dev Channel. After the installation of the update, you will be able to access Copilot in Windows across multiple monitors. You just need to press the Copilot button on the Taskbar on the relevant monitor where you need to work. You can also make use of the WIN+C shortcut to display Copilot on the most recent monitor. You can use the WIN+T keyboard shortcut to put the keyboard focus on the Taskbar. You can then navigate to the Copilot taskbar button to display Copilot on any monitor.

After the installation of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570, the Xbox Game Bar will be displayed as Game Bar under the Start menu. The change will also be reflected under Settings | System | Apps | Installed apps. You will observe this change via Microsoft Store Game Bar update. The flight has resolved few issues that could lead to hands while launching File Explorer. The update has fixed an issue where apps weren’t sorted into the correct location in the Start menu using the Japanese display language. The latest update resolved an underlying search crash in the previous builds.

The Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 23570 has resolved issue pertaining to Home storage. Microsoft has clarified that some fixes could be made available in the servicing updates for the released version of Windows 11. You will notice that Copilot in Windows would have disappeared from the Taskbar if you work with Windows 11 Home edition. This is a known issue and Microsoft is working to resolve the problem in the upcoming flights.

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Microsoft is currently rolling out Copilot in Windows in a phased manner to Windows Insiders in select global markets. This includes parts of Asia, South America, and North America. The company intends to add additional markets based on the feedback.

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