Windows 10 equips with a brand new feature, and that is “Cortana”, it is basically an intelligent personal assistant just like as “Siri” on Apple iOS devices.
It was first created by Microsoft for Windows 8.1 mobiles, but now it can be used for Xbox one, Bing Mobile, Windows 10 and Microsoft Band. You can perform various tasks with the help of Cortana. Through this article, you will explore how to use and configure Cortana in Windows 10 by performing the simple steps, supplemented with the images, as shown below.
Steps to Use and Configure Cortana in Windows 10
How to use Cortana?
Step 1: On the Bottom left of your Windows 10 screen, you’ll find a circle as shown in the figure below.
Step 3: OR, You can just right click on that circle and hover a mouse on Cortana as shown in the figure.
Now select ” Show search Box”.
How to Configure Cortana?
Step 1: Now, If you click on the “Notebook” icon which is at the top left corner and below the Home tab, you’ll be able to configure Cortana.
Step 3: For each category, you can turn your cards on or off, which means that if you don’t want to see Cortana tips, you can simply turn the tip cards off and press “Save” button.
Step 4: Under Settings, You can configure Cortana according to your wish like you can detect your tracking info, and you can switch on or off auto respond of Cortana, etc.
Step 5: You can further edit the “Privacy settings” and “Bing SafeSearch Settings”.
Step 6: You can also set “Reminders”, just by clicking ‘+’ sign, at the bottom right corner, as shown in the image below.
Step 7: Inside Reminders, You can add ‘Remember to’, ‘Person’, ‘Place’ or ‘Time’ after applying all the values just click on “Remind” button.
Step 8: Last but not the least, you can “Provide Feedback” like your ideas, your likes and dislikes and also you can add screenshot while giving your feedback. Then finally, hit on “Send” button to send your feedback.
If you want to explore Cortana further then you can go through this article “10 Things you can do with Cortana in Windows 10.”
That’s all about Cortana, guys. Keep reading.