Microsoft adds Copilot key to keyboard

In what it describes as the first big change to keyboards in nearly 30 years, Microsoft has announced that it is making a change to the keyboard on new Windows machines. A new Copilot key that invokes the Windows 11 Copilot AI assistant will replace the application (menu) key below the right shift key.

“Over the coming days leading up to and at CES, you will start to see the Copilot key on many of the new Windows 11 PCs from our ecosystem partners, with availability beginning later this month through spring, including on upcoming Surface devices,” wrote Yusuf Mehdi, executive vice president, and consumer chief marketing officer, in a blog post.

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