Microsoft has fixed the problem in which using Copilot in combination with multiple monitors was causing weird images. It has also fixed a compatibility issue that was blocking upgrades to Windows 11 23H2.
Microsoft is increasingly pushing for the final availability of Copilot in its products. That comes with end users experiencing the first bugs in the use of the AI tool. In particular, users using the tool in conjunction with multiple screens complained that desktop icons did not move normally between screens. The icons would jump between both screens or not align themselves.
The tech giant has now fixed this bug for Windows 11 users with versions 22H2 and 23H2 and for Windows 10 users with version 22H2. Business Windows 11 versions have not been updated, as Copilot is not yet available here.
Windows 11 23H2 bug addressed
At the same time, the tech giant also addressed a Copilot issue that blocks an update to Windows 11 version 23H2 for all users. The problem involved a so-called compatibility safeguard hold for certain devices based on Windows 10 and 11. The bug has now been fixed by a server-side update for Windows 23H2 devices with updates older than Jan. 9 of this year.
Microsoft does warn that it may take 48 hours for the update to become available for these systems. Regularly rebooting your system could speed up the process.
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