The Windows 10 Fall Creator’s Update brought in some new features for Cortana. Check out the new “Talk to Cortana” feature and see if it encourages you to try voice commands in Windows 10.
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Some of the features in Windows 10 are really limited, and tweaking them take more effort than it should. The following helper tools will allow you to better manage the various features on your computer.
Cortana in Windows 10 can help you with plenty of tasks, except for shutting down and restarting your PC. Here’s a trick to get Cortana to shut down your PC.
There are plenty of things that Cortana can do, and you probably haven’t had the time to figure them out. Here are a few tips and tricks for Cortana that you can master easily.
While it works from the search bar, Cortana in Windows 10 can also work in the Microsoft Edge browser. Here’s how to set up and use Cortana in Microsoft Edge.
Google Assistant and Cortana are both available for Android. If you get tired of Google Assistant, here is how you can switch to Cortana on Android.
Microsoft enabled Cortana by default in the Windows 10 anniversary update. If you don’t use Cortana, here is how to completely disable Cortana in Windows 10.
If you want to keep up with more than one time zone in Windows 10, here are a few methods to help you do so.
Cortana is a powerful digital assistant in Windows 10 that can do a lot more than search the Web. If you’re feeling a bit lost, here are a few other things that you can do with Cortana in Windows 10.
If you want to save some precious taskbar space, here is how you can easily remove the Cortana search bar and Task View icons from the Windows 10 taskbar.
Windows 10 has a lot of shady data collection going on that you should be aware of. Here’s what you need to know about Windows 10 and your privacy.
Windows 10 comes with Cortana installed, but it is disabled by default. Here is how to activate Cortana and set it up in Windows 10.
Digital personal assistants exist on most of our popular smartphones – Apple, Android, and Windows Phone. Do you rely on a digital personal assistant?