AMD has confirmed that Ryzen AI 300 PCs won't offer Copilot+ features at launch – arriving via Windows Update later this year.

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AMD SVP and CMO John Taylor posted on LinkedIn that the Ryzen AI 300 chips the company showed at Computex 2024 targets will enable Copilot experiments after 2024. Tom's Hardware Clarified with AMD that this means the features won't be available at launch.

“Yes, Copilot+ will arrive via Windows Update later this year,” we were told. This means laptops with Ryzen AI processors won't be Copilot+ certified at launch, so they can't use features like Paint's co-creator, Restyle Image, or Microsoft's delayed recall feature. .

Microsoft launched its Copilot+ PCs in May, with Snapdragon X-powered laptops from Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Asus, Samsung and Microsoft themselves hitting store shelves and shipping on June 18. These Snapdragon-powered offerings are Copilot+ certified at launch, so buyers opting for these models will have access to Windows' native AI features.

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