Microsoft has added a new file-uploading feature to the Copilot AI Assistant on Windows 11, making it more versatile and usable. You can use this feature to analyze or summarize any document using AI. It can be a usable addition to the Copilot because it can help you find necessary details from the content of the document you upload quickly.

You can upload any document type, PDF, Word, text file, etc., and ask Copilot to summarize or analyze the content or find specific data from the topic. Copilot reads the document and displays the information on the chat box based on your prompt.


As of this writing, Copilot’s file reading feature is available with Windows 11 Insider Preview and in Microsoft Edge canary build. Microsoft may roll out the file-uploading feature to more users gradually. Here is how to use the feature.

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How to Use Copilot’s File Uploading Feature in Windows 11?

1. Launch Copilot on your Windows 11 PC.

2. Click the Add a File button and choose the document you want to upload.

3. You can also drag and drop files into Copilot’s chat interface.

4. Now, ask Copilot, for example, to summarize the document, find a specific piece of data, or more information about its content.

5. Copilot starts reading the document and brings you the details quickly.

Copilot summarize lengthy documents

The new file uploading addition in Microsoft Copilot for Windows 11 can be an essential feature for users, especially if the document is lengthy. Users do not need to spend hours reading a lengthy text and write a note on it, sum it up, or find what is in the topic or other data on the document.

Microsoft is improving Copilot in Windows to make it more helpful and user-friendly. The hover experience is a new user-friendly feature of Copilot in Windows 11. When you move your mouse cursor over the Copilot icon on the taskbar, the Copilot pane will open, and unless interacted with after it opens, it will close.

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