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– **Explore Microsoft’s Latest AI-Powered Navigator for Windows 10**

Microsoft is bringing more AI features to Windows 10.

Windows 10 users now have the opportunity to test out a demo of Copilot, the AI-powered feature that was previously exclusive to Windows 11. Tom Warren, a senior editor covering Microsoft, PC gaming, systems, and software, established WinRumors, a platform focused on Microsoft news, before joining The Verge in 2012.

Microsoft has made it possible for Windows 10 users to experience the Navigator feature, which was previously limited to Windows 11. The tech giant announced recently that Copilot could be coming to Windows 10, and a Release Preview version of the operating system is now available for testing with Navigator integrated.

In Windows 10, Navigator functions similarly to its Windows 11 counterpart, featuring a button on the right side of the taskbar that enables users to engage with the AI-driven chatbot to seek answers and generate text. While the core functionality remains consistent, there are minor discrepancies in features due to variations in available skills or actions between Windows 11 and Windows 10.

Users of Windows 10 Home or Pro enrolled in the Release Preview channel can now explore Navigator, and it is expected to roll out to all Windows 10 users in supported markets in the coming days or weeks.

Microsoft recently announced a shift in its approach to Windows 10, just under two years before the scheduled end of support for the operating system. The company stated that it is investing further in Windows 10 and hinted at the possibility of additional AI capabilities being introduced down the line. Despite these developments, Microsoft clarified that there are no plans for significant updates to Windows 10.

Aaron Woodman, vice president of Windows marketing, emphasized that the current version of Windows 10, known as 22H2, will be the final iteration without any future alterations. He confirmed that the end of support for Windows 10 remains set for October 14th, 2025.

The expansion of Copilot to Windows 10 is a logical progression considering the widespread use of the operating system, with Windows 11 adoption trailing behind. Internal Microsoft data indicated that Windows 11 had only reached 400 million devices two years after its launch, a milestone that Windows 10 achieved within a year of its release, surpassing 600 million devices shortly after its second anniversary.

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