If you want to try the New Cortana app from Windows 10 2004 with new settings, the blog post has step by step instructions on how to do it.
Microsoft is working to refresh the Cortana app in Windows 10 2004, the next major update of the Windows 10 operating system for PCs and tablets which is set to release in the last week of May 2020.
The new Cortana app for Windows 10 will be using the new conversational engine, which will give you a feeling that you’re talking to something real.
New Settings in Cortana App
In the new version, there are also new settings which include:
- Suggested Tasks: There are three areas here. Found, active and history. It is not yet entirely clear what will be saved here.
- Word to wake up: Here you can, like in the old Cortana, define a word, how and to which word Cortana should react
- Settings: These have been revised and are now clearer.
- Update – You can also update Cortana right from app settings.
New Features in Cortana App
Some cool features which you can try with Cortana beta app are as follow:
- You can do tasks, keep important issues under control, and optimize your work.
- Find information and manage lists, provide reminders, and even open apps and settings on your PC.
- You can type or use your voice to send an email, check the calendar or quickly access a meeting of Teams.
- Cortana will help you follow and keep your schedule under control so that you don’t lose sight of anything.
Microsoft brings the Cortana beta app to the Microsoft Store. It means interested users can download and install the new Cortana app to Windows 10 from Microsoft Store just like any other application. You can download the new Cortana app using the link available at the bottom of the post.
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