Microsoft Cortana is coming to Windows 10.
It will work with voice commands, but it’s not coming with any of the new features that we’ve seen from the company’s Cortana.
Cortana is going to be a little different from Microsoft’s other assistant options, including Apple’s Siri, Google Assistant, and Microsoft’s Cortana Mobile.
Microsoft says Cortana will be more like the Microsoft Assistant, with Cortana’s interface and features that are more akin to Google’s.
Cortana will also have more of a voice-to-text capability, with its Cortana Assistant app that you can use to text, send text messages, and more.
Cortana can also play audio, so you can listen to your voice and read text aloud.
Microsoft is offering up the Cortana experience with a new $15 “Personal Assistant” package that will let you use Cortana to do things like control a TV set or control your car.
That’s a big deal for Microsoft, since this is the company that started out with a “personal assistant” and now has a suite of apps that will allow it to do just about anything it wants.
Cortana and Cortana Mobile The first thing you’ll notice about Cortana and the Cortana Mobile app is that it’s basically a full version of the app for Windows 10 Mobile.
That means Cortana is still coming with some of the Cortana features that you’ve seen on Cortana for Windows 8.1 and later, like a personalized dictionary, personalized search, and a “Personal assistant” option that lets you ask Cortana a question.
Cortana Mobile also has a “Find My Friends” feature that can help you find friends and family on your own timeline and on other people’s timelines, and it can even send you text messages.
The “Find” feature is pretty cool, but Cortana will only respond to texts that it has read, meaning it won’t actually get to know your friends and your family.
That said, the “Find my friends” feature in Cortana Mobile will also be limited to the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Cortana also has some of Cortana’s other Cortana features like the ability to search for specific words or phrases, to turn on/off the Cortana Home feature, and to ask Cortana to send you personalized emails.
Microsoft’s also offering up a free app called “Cortana” for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 Pro, which will let users use Cortana on both Windows 10 and Windows Phone, and which will also let them use Cortana Mobile to ask it questions.
Cortana on Windows Phone The other major difference between Cortana and its Windows Phone competitors is that Cortana Mobile is available in both Windows 8 and 8.2.
This is a huge deal for Cortana.
Microsoft has been working on Windows Phones for some time, and Windows Phone users will likely be a big part of this.
Microsoft announced Cortana Mobile in September of 2015, and the company announced it at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in April of 2016.
Cortana mobile is available as a paid app, which means you get Cortana and a few other features for free, but you’ll need to sign up to get the full suite of features.
Cortana does have some extra features that it doesn’t have on Windows 8, like the Cortana Live Tile, which lets you use the tile to send and receive text messages from Cortana.
And the Cortana Tile app will be available in the Windows Store for Windows PhONE users in September.
Cortana app on Windows Mobile The Microsoft Cortana app will also work on Windows PC.
Cortana isn’t available for Windows RT phones, but Windows Phone users will be able to install the Cortana app, so if you have Windows Phone 7 or 8, you’ll be able install the app to your phone.
Cortana doesn’t come with a voice assistant, so users will have to ask the Cortana Assistant to take over the task.
The Cortana app for Android and iOS users is a little more complicated, but Microsoft says it should work.
Cortana’s app will work just like the Windows Phone app, but instead of the personal assistant, it’ll have the ability for you to ask questions.
It’ll also have a new voice-activated voice assistant feature that you will use to send text and voice commands to Cortana, and Cortana will do some of these things like tell you how many calories you should be eating and ask you how long you should walk to work.
Microsoft will also make Cortana available for Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Windows Phone Cortana will work on the phone, but not on the desktop.
Windows 10 PCs Cortana will still work on desktop versions of Windows 10, but the company is introducing new features to the desktop version.
Cortana has access to more of the “features” that you would expect from a Windows 10 desktop application.
Cortana features will be grouped into categories like “Personalization,” “Contacts,” “Maps,” “Photos,” “Audio,” and “Video.”
Cortana Mobile features will go in a new category called “Personalizing” that will be accessible in a “topics” menu that’s accessible through the “Settings”