Apps Open Copilot in Windows 11


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This tutorial will show you different ways to open Copilot in Windows 11 and Windows 10.

Windows is the first PC platform to provide centralized AI assistance to you. Together with Microsoft Copilot (formerly Bing Chat), Copilot in Windows helps you get answers and inspirations from across the web, supports creativity and collaboration, and helps you focus on the task at hand. Do more with Copilot in Windows.

Starting with Windows 11 build 22631.3810 and Windows 10 build 19045.4593 (RP and Beta) Microsoft is evolving the Copilot** experience on Windows as an app that will be pinned to the taskbar. This enables users to get the benefits of a traditional app experience, including the ability to resize, move, and snap the window.

With the new Copilot app, you can search and access your Copilot anytime, anywhere. Ask your Copilot anything you want, from trivia questions to creating images. Like a friend, Copilot will give you quick and helpful answers, along with suggestions for what to do next. You can even use voice to search or chat, and your history and preferences will sync across all your devices.

Copilot is designed to enhance your productivity by leveraging the power of AI. To access the full capabilities of Copilot, you are required to sign into the Copilot app using your Microsoft account or Microsoft Entra Account (work or school account).

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Contents

  • Option One: Open Copilot app in Windows using Copilot Key
  • Option Two: Open Copilot in Windows using Keyboard Shortcut
  • Option Three: Open Copilot app in Windows from Taskbar
  • Option Four: Open Copilot app in Windows using Touch Gesture
  • Option Five: Open Copilot app in Windows from Microsoft Edge




Option One

Open Copilot app in Windows using Copilot Key


1 Press the Copilot :copilot: key on the keyboard.






Option Two

Open Copilot in Windows using Keyboard Shortcut


Starting with Windows 11 build 26100.712 (RP), build 26227.5000 (Canary), build 26120.751 (Dev), build 22635.3785 (Beta), and Windows 10 build 19045.4593 (RP and Beta), as part of the Copilot experience’s evolution on Windows to become an app that is pinned to the taskbar, Microsoft is retiring the WIN + C keyboard shortcut. For new devices that ship with a Copilot key, this key will open Copilot. For existing devices without that key, using the WIN + (number position for Copilot pinned to your taskbar) is a great way to open Copilot.


1 Press the Windows :win: + C keys.




Option Three

Open Copilot app in Windows from Taskbar


1 Click/tap on the Copilot button on the taskbar. (see screenshot below)

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Option Four

Open Copilot app in Windows using Touch Gesture


1 Swipe with one finger in from the right side edge of your touch screen.




Option Five

Open Copilot app in Windows from Microsoft Edge


1 Open Microsoft Edge.

2 Click/tap on the Settings and more (3 dots) button, click/tap on Apps, and click/tap on View apps. (see screenshot below)

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3 Click/tap on the Open button for Copilot. (see screenshot below)

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That's it,
Shawn Brink


 
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i have latest r.p. build 22631.2506 but copilot dpi it is to big
 

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