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Happy Birthday Cortana! 4/2
Be sure to wish Cortana a Happy Birthday. Say "Hey Cortana....Happy Birthday!" She says "Thanks! How thoughtful of you to remember." If you ask her when her birthday is, she says "I made my debut on April 2, 2014." If you ask her what she wants for her birthday, she will say "A pony. In Minecraft." or "A selfie with Chewbacca." You can also ask her to sing Happy Birthday. She has many different responses to "How old are you?" In one of her responses, she will ask "Were you planning on getting me something?" You can answer with a simple "yes" or you can say "Yes. What would you like?" She will respond with some unique answers.
Meet Xin: Making Cortana understand Chinese
Xin is a software engineering manager for the Windows China team. His team works on improving the customer experience for Chinese users.
Why were Cortana and Search separated into different icons?
Prior to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903), there was one icon. It allowed me to search and access my Cortana interests. Now, there are two different icons. The Search icon allows me to search, and that's it. The Cortana icon allows me to see my interests from Cortana. My question is: Why do we now have separate icons?
Hidden Games in Cortana
Did you know that you can say: "Rock Paper Scissors", "Roll the Die,” or “Flip the Coin” in Cortana? give it a try and give us your feedback!
Is there any way to actually disable Cortana?
What the title says. Not saying Cortana's bad or I don't like it or anything. I just don't use it. And while I'm completely fine with ignoring it in the background, it does take up valuable memory sometimes. Any way to uninstall it from Windows 10 completely?
Managing your checklists with Microsoft To-Do
Creating and managing your home and work checklists are simple with Microsoft To-do. Organize your day and access your checklists where ever you go on your PC, tablet, phone, and the web.
Cortana Suggested Reminders
Cortana can now help you keep on top of what you promised to do with suggested reminders.
Cortana: Your Assistant for Life
Cortana* is your truly personal digital assistant, designed to help you get more done and keep track of your busy life.
Meet Changxu: Making Windows ready for the world
Changxu Zan talks about translating Windows into more than 100 languages to give a local user experience to people around the world.
Microsoft Store | Tips and tricks: Cortana Creates Shopping Lists
Did you know Cortana can not only help you create shopping lists, but proactively send you reminders while you’re out and about? Watch the video to how.
Cortana is Microsoft’s digital assistant whose mission is to help you get things done. To get started, select the Cortana icon in the taskbar or type a command in the search bar. If you’re not sure what to say, try asking, "What can you do?"
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.
Cortana is your digital assistant. She'll help you get things done in Windows 10. To get started, type a question in the search box on the taskbar, or select the microphone and talk to Cortana.; Here are some things Cortana can do for you:
Cortana is a cloud-based digital assistant that works across your devices and other Microsoft services. Depending on the capabilities of your device and the version of Cortana you’re using, Cortana can provide a range of features, some of which are personalized.
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.