Microsoft stops development of new Copilot features to refine them | TECHNOLOGY

Microsoft stops development of new Copilot features to refine them | TECHNOLOGY
Microsoft stops development of new Copilot features to refine them | TECHNOLOGY

Microsoft has paused the launch of new features for Copilot, which it has been working on in recent months, with the aim of perfecting them based on the comments of users who have already tried them.

The company will hold its annual developer conference, Microsoft Build, on May 21; an event that will last until the 23rd of the same month and in which more details and news about the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and its assistant are expected to be announced.

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Now, Microsoft has announced the release of Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22635.3570 (KB5037008) in the Beta channel, which introduces a series of bug fixes from the previous version of the operating system it develops.

With this, he explained that in recent months he has been testing different experiences for Copilot on Windows (Preview) with Windows Insider users through the Canary, Dev and Beta testing channels.

One of the capabilities it has been working on allows Copilot for Windows to act as a normal application window and makes the taskbar icon dynamic to indicate that the chatbot can help copy text or images.

Microsoft, however, has decided to pause the deployment of these experiences with the aim of “refining them based on feedback from users” who have tested them before their global launch, according to the statement.

In this writing, the company has also recalled that Copilot on Windows “will continue to work as expected” while they continue to “develop new ideas” with the participants of the Windows Insider program.

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The technology company has also commented that, in the future, it will document changes in Windows Beta Channel builds in two groups. The first will include new features, improvements, and fixes that are being gradually rolled out to Insiders.

The other section will collect the latest updates as they become available and then new features and patches available to everyone in the Beta Channel. All of them will be implemented gradually and will be optional.

Likewise, he has mentioned some of the corrections that are being gradually implemented in this Channel, such as the one focused on solving the error that caused the space between the desktop icons to become “extremely wide”, as well as the one that displayed the menu of the address bar unexpectedly while using File Explorer, among others.

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