We’ve been waiting to see how Microsoft Edge will launch on Windows 10 for some time now.
The company recently updated the operating system to include the first major Windows 10 feature, a new feature called Cortana.
Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program, which lets developers sign up to test and review new versions of Windows, is now a little more crowded, with only two new apps available.
This leaves Microsoft with a limited selection of apps that offer Microsoft Edge or Cortana.
But with Windows 10’s Anniversary Update coming soon, we’ve got some exciting news to share with you.
When does Windows 10 finally get the Cortana feature?
Microsoft has been quietly rolling out a number of new features and enhancements to Windows 10.
Some of these changes are pretty small in scope, but we wanted to give you a glimpse at how many of them we’ve been able to uncover so far.
Microsoft has also added several new features to Windows.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update: This update brings a few new additions to Windows, including the ability to manage apps with a single click, a brand new “Windows” interface, and new themes and icons.
The Anniversary Update also brings a new taskbar, the ability for you to disable a taskbar app, and a new Start screen to use in conjunction with Windows Hello.
This is a major update that should make Windows 10 even more responsive and easier to use, so we’re excited to see what Microsoft has in store for us in the future.
Windows Hello: This new feature on Windows, which Microsoft first rolled out with Windows 8.1, allows you to use the new Microsoft-developed fingerprint sensor to unlock your PC.
With Windows 10, we’re getting to see a more immersive Windows Hello experience, so you can use a fingerprint reader as a way to unlock devices without unlocking your PC completely.
Cortana: Cortana, the new voice assistant on Windows is here to help you organize your life, making it easier to get things done.
Cortana is also now available on iOS, Android, and WebOS, and you can also find Cortana on Windows Phone.
We’ve seen Cortana on the desktop for a while now, but it was always the focus of Windows 10 Insiders with its new Cortana UI.
Cortana will also work on Windows devices running the Anniversary Update, including Surface Hub, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, and Surface Studio.
We’re hoping that Cortana will work across all of these devices in the coming months, but Microsoft is also working on a new way for Cortana to interact with other services, including Cortana Assistant.
Cortana assistant for Windows 10 is scheduled to arrive in the fall of 2019.