Windows 10 Build 19045.3757 KB5032278 for 22H2 to RP Channel Insider

KB5032278 Windows 10 Build 19045.3757 22H2 Release Preview channel, changes, known issues, and download link.

KB5032278 Windows 10 Build 19045.3757

Redmondians has planned to add Windows Copilot to Windows 10 after its successful addition to Windows 11 and started testing in Insider. Release Preview channel has received a new build in this concern with KB5032278. After the arrival of this update, the increased 22H2 version is Windows 10 Build 19045.3757. This release brings Copilot for the channel and the only condition is you have to enable the Setting ”Get the latest updates as soon as they’re available” located at Settings > Update & security > Windows Update.

Full name of this LCU is 2023-11 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 22H2 for x64-based system (KB5032278). Let’s see what is new in this release:

KB5032278 Windows 10 Build 19045.3757

Here is the changelog:

As mentioned Windows Copilot will be available to Windows 10 Build 19045.3757 in RP Channel (Home and Professional). As a reminder, this will be a phased rollout through controlled feature rollout aka CFR over the forthcoming months.

In Windows 10, the button for Copilot will be located on the right flank of the taskbar. Obviously, when you click it, the Copilot will open at the right on your screen. It will not overlay with desktop content or intercept open app windows.

The Professional and Enterprise editions that are managed by organizations will not receive the initial launch of Copilot.

Windows 10 Build 21390.1 Co_release is Rolling out to Dev Channel 21H2

Known issues

  • At present, Copilot in Windows does not offer support for situations where your taskbar is vertically positioned on the right or left side of your screen. To utilize Copilot in Windows 10, ensure that your taskbar is placed horizontally either at the top or bottom of your screen.
  • After clicking the Refresh button in the Copilot experience, you might encounter some instability. Subsequent actions such as clicking links within the Copilot experience, closing Edge, or Copilot itself may lead to crashes in both Copilot and Edge.
  • As of now, Copilot does not have support for multi-monitor configurations. The icon will only be visible on the primary monitor and taskbar.

Source: Windows Insider blog.

KB5032278 Download link: windowsinsiderpreviewiso

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Love to play with Windows 11 and 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.