Ready or not, here comes AI: Microsoft is adding Copilot to Windows 10. The Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3754 (KB5032278), which is technically not the Windows 10 2023 Update, will begin releasing to all Windows 10 PCs in the near future. It contains features, including Copilot, that accompanied the recent major update to Windows 11. Copilot will be deployed through a phased rollout over the coming months. The new update includes various changes, but Windows 10 support will end on October 14, 2025. To get Copilot, you’ll need to opt into the Windows 10 Insider program, then download the new build 19045.3754 from the Release Preview Channel. Microsoft will not include Copilot in the initial rollout for Pro users and Enterprise and Education edition devices. Additionally, Copilot will require your PC to have both 4GB of RAM and a graphics adapter capable of 720p resolution. If you don’t want the update, there’s no indication that you can block the it without either being part of a managed installation or blocking updates altogether.
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