Full screen Copilot coming to Windows 11, Windows CVP shares plan on X

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Microsoft has been working aggressively on Copilot, the tech giant’s AI chatbot. We recently reported that Copilot has a super-sized panel and will launch in an expanded window, giving users additional space to chat seamlessly. Besides, it will now open in a side-by-side view.

Windows CVP Shilpa Ranganathan also shared the update in a post on X (previously Twitter) and asked users to provide feedback on Microsoft’s ambitious AI project.

In the same post, a user, Ted Andersen, recommended a full-screen Copilot, to which Ranganathan replied that Microsoft is already working on the feature.

It’s only expected, given Microsoft’s aggressive AI push in recent months. Microsoft added Copilot to Windows 10, introduced a Copilot for Office apps, released an array of new features on Copilot’s first anniversary, and plans to integrate AI into more services and software.

Also, Microsoft recently shared the Copilot ad for the Super Bowl on YouTube, which was seen as a sign of the company shifting focus from Bing Chat to Copilot.

So, if you, too, have any feedback, share it with Microsoft through the built-in Feedback Hub or via social media.

What do you feel about full-screen Copilot on Windows? Tell us in the comments section.

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