Copilot Pro, the advanced version of the AI chatbot Copilot, bets to supercharge creativity and productivity. Microsoft launched this premium version of Copilot in November 2023. The premium subscription provides priority access to GPT-4 and GPT-4 Turbo to accelerate output performance efficiently.
This article will give you a quick insight into Copilot Pro, its features, pricing plan, and a lot more.
What is Copilot Pro?
Copilot Pro is a subscription-based service offered by Microsoft. It provides several advanced features and capabilities for the existing Copilot AI tool. The AI-powered productivity assistant can help you with multiple tasks, such as writing, coding, designing, researching, and learning.
This premium version of Copilot includes several new features for accelerated performance, faster AI image creation, and access to Copilot in Word, Excel (Preview), PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote if you are also a Microsoft 365 Personal or Family subscriber.
Features of Copilot Pro
Copilot Pro adds cutting-edge AI to your favorite Microsoft 365 apps to help you unlock your creativity, communicate with confidence, and up-level your digital skills.
The different features and benefits of Copilot Pro are:
- Copilot Pro subscribers will have access to GPT-4 and GPT-4 Turbo, whereas users of the free Copilot experience may be limited to GPT 3.5 as needed.
- There is a dedicated capacity exclusively for the use of Copilot Pro subscribers.
- With Copilot Pro, you get 100 daily boosts for image generation.
- Copilot Pro supports English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish. We plan to add more languages soon.
- You can access Copilot Pro via Copilot on the web, iOS, and Android, and in select Microsoft 365 apps on Windows, macOS, and iPadOS.
- Subscribers can also use Copilot Pro benefits in apps like Copilot, Bing, Edge, and Start, provided you are logged in.
Differences between Copilot & Copilot Pro
Microsoft Copilot is a large language model-based chatbot developed by Microsoft. It was launched as Bing Chat in February 2023. Everyone can access it for the right information, create unique content, and execute things faster. On the other hand, Copilot Pro was launched later in the year as an advanced version of Copilot to bring AI-powered Office features to all.
Check the table below for all the major differences between the two AI-operated chatbots.
|Use Copilot on the web and in Windows, macOS, and iPadOS.
|Access Copilot in select Microsoft 365 apps to draft documents, summarize emails, create presentations, and more.
|Access GPT-4 and GPT-4 Turbo during non-peak times.
|Gain priority access to GPT-4 and GPT-4 Turbo including during peak times for accelerated performance to get things done faster.
|Create and edit AI images with 15 boosts per day with Designer (formerly Bing Image Creator)
|Create, edit, and resize AI images even faster with 100 boosts per day with Designer (formerly Bing Image Creator)
|Use text, voice, and images in conversational search and other plug-ins.
|Get access to almost all the features and benefits of Copilot with improved efficiency.
How to Buy Copilot Pro?
Individuals, creators, and power users looking to take their Copilot experience to the next level can buy Copilot Pro from the official website and via Copilot, Bing, Edge and Start apps on Apple AppStore and Google PlayStore and Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps (iPad and Mac only). Also, in future, you can buy the advanced AI platform from different mediums and manage your subscription easily with the Microsoft account portal.
|Copilot Pro Pricing/Plan
|Copilot Pro Purchase Link
NOTE: Subscription continues to be charged monthly unless cancelled in Microsoft account.
Copilot Pro is for individuals. Also, if you have a Microsoft 365 Family subscription and have shared your subscription with other people, everyone needs to buy their own Copilot Pro subscription to use it in the Microsoft 365 apps.
At present, Copilot Pro is currently available in Austria, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, and the United States.