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Get Into Gaming with Windows: Part 3 - Windows Mixed Reality
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update comes with Windows Mixed Reality capability built in, which means you can immerse yourself in digital content, right in your home or office. That immersive quality also makes it a fantastic and more personal way to game, since in mixed reality you participate directly within your game’s environment. Here's a look at what you need and how to start.READ MORE
Cortana is your digital agent. She'll help you get things done. The more you use Cortana, the more personalized your experience will be. To get started, type a question in the search box, or select the microphone and talk to Cortana. (Typing works for all types of PCs, but you need a mic to talk.)
To use Cortana, people in your organization must be signed in to Cortana with their work or school account and must authorize Cortana to access Office 365 on their behalf. They can sign in through Cortana's Notebook. Cortana isn't a service covered by the Office 365 Trust Center. Learn more about how Cortana treats your data.
About. Interact with your Xbox One console via Cortana, using just your voice. Turn your Xbox One on and off, launch games and apps, play and pause videos, and more, all from any Cortana-enabled device or Cortana apps on iOS and Android.
Cortana works with a variety of services. To connect them, open Cortana, select the Notebook icon and then Connected services. From there, you can add your accounts including: Office 365, LinkedIn, Wunderlist, Outlook.com, and others¹.
Talk to Cortana for almost anything you need – she’ll answer your questions, give directions, play music, tell you the weather and more. Cortana takes care of the details so you can start your day and do more with less effort. Get the most out of your virtual assistant Like the best real-life ...