Microsoft Removes ‘Hey Cortana’ Response from Windows 10

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Cortana, Microsoft’s personal assistant, has been updated as part of the beta version. The latest update to consumers eliminates Cortana’s response and response to the “Hey Cortana” sentence.

US-based technology giant Microsoft has been working on its own personal assistant Cortana for a long time. This smart assistant, which was released for the first time in 2014, has not achieved the desired popularity even though it is the default voice assistant of Windows 10. That’s why Microsoft has been working on improving this smart assistant for a long time.

Microsoft expressed interest in Cortana at every opportunity. The officials, who stated that this assistant will continue to work to make it better, removed a feature of Cortana in this update.

Cortana couldn’t achieve the popularity Microsoft wanted
Microsoft has been working on the 2004 version of Windows 10 for some time now, and preview releases have also been released for its enthusiasts. The developers, who updated Cortana in the latest version, made a significant improvement in the beta version of the voice assistant “2.2004.22762.0”. Cortana’s latest beta version seems to have disabled the ability of the personal assistant to reply to “Hey Cortana”.

It is currently unknown why Microsoft developers are doing this. However, when users enter Cortana’s related section, it is stated that the feature of wake-up sentence is not available at the moment, and this feature will be activated again in the future updates. However, it is not yet known when the next update will be available to users.


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