Microsoft adds dedicated Copilot key to Windows keyboards

Hopes easier access will boost AI adoption

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It is the first major change to the default Windows keyboard in nearly 30 years
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It is the first major change to the default Windows keyboard in nearly 30 years

Microsoft has announced a major leap in user interaction with the introduction of a dedicated Copilot key on keyboards for new Windows PCs.

The move is the first addition to the default Windows keyboard since the introduction of the Windows key in 1994. "Today, we are excited to take the next significant step forward and introduce a...

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