Windows 10 is an extremely popular operating system Microsoft, which is updated regularly. In fact, the software was recently revised as part of the updated version October 2018 Update, which introduced a new range of features.
One of the biggest new features that came with the software was a rebuilt clipboard system that exploited the power of cloud computing to make copying and pasting on multiple devices easier than ever.
One of the best features of Windows 10 is however the ability to let users use Microsoft Virtual Assistant, Cortanain order to perform certain tasks and answer questions.
Cortana is built into the Windows 10 platform, which means that the assistant is available simply by talking to your computer.
Such accessibility methods do not currently exist in other virtual assistants such as Alexa's Amazon.
Instead, other assistants present larger barriers for users. Which means there are buttons combinations that need to be pushed or need to open some applications to take advantage of them.
However, it seems that this could change into a new version of Windows 10 that could offer third-party developer digital assistants.
A Twitter user named Albacore, he published recently the image of a trial version of Windows 10, which shows that Microsoft could soon allow other assistant to be used only by voice.
In addition, Albacore insisted that Microsoft could soon let users replace Cortana altogether with another virtual assistant.
He wrote in a tweet: "It looks like Microsoft will let users replace Cortana on the taskbar with another assistant of their choice."
In reply, another Twitter user, WalkingCat said the internal APIs in Windows 10 that mention Cortana's replacement suggest that this functionality could be on the road.
Amazon has released Alexa's application to Microsoft Store last month, allowing Windows 10 fans to use her assistant.
At that time, the technology company said: "The comfort of Alexa, now on your computer."
“With Alexa on your computer you can simplify your life and use your voice to do more things. Just tap and ask Alexa to check your calendar, create lists, play music, answer questions, read news and more. Alexa on your PC makes it even easier to control your smart home from anywhere by simply using your voice. Whether you're at home or on the go, Alexa is designed to make your life easier. ”
Although the closer integration of third-party developer digital assistants into the Microsoft operating system has been rumored, nothing has been officially confirmed by the US technology company.
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