How to get Microsoft Copilot in Windows 10?

Microsoft Copilot, the GPT-4 powered AI chatbot is now the majority of users on Windows 11. Here's how to enable it on Windows 10.

Microsoft’s Copilot is a ChatGPT-like AI-powered assistant backed by OpenAI’s GPT-4 large language model.

It can be used to search for information on the internet, change system settings and understand a webpage’s context.

Which Windows 10 machines are eligible for Copilot?

According to Microsoft, Copilot is only limited to Windows 10 Home and Pro editions that are not managed by organisations.

Moreover, Enterprise and Education editions of the operating systems are not supported as of now.

Copilot has some hardware limitations, with the AI chatbot only appearing on PCs with at least 4GB RAM and a screen with 720p resolution.

How to enable Copilot on Windows 10?

Once you boot and log in to Windows 10, open the ‘Settings’ app and head over to ‘Update and Security’.


Navigate to the ‘Windows Update’ section and click on the ‘Windows Insider Program’ that appears on the left panel of the app.


Click on the ‘Get Started’ button on the screen that appears and enroll your machine in the ‘Release Preview’ channel in the Windows Insider Program.


Once done, head over to the ‘Windows Update’ section under ‘Update & Security’ and enable the ‘Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available’ option.


Now, press the ‘Check for updates’ button and install the KB5032278 update and reboot your system.


If the feature is available on your machine, a new ‘Copilot’ button will appear on your Windows 10 taskbar when you log in to your account.