If you’re a software developer looking to get your head around the latest advancements in technology, you’ll need to get ready for March.
Microsoft’s Cortana assistant is now available for free on Windows 10.
In addition to the Cortana app, the Windows 10 Store has launched a slew of new apps, as well as a new way to get the Cortana desktop app on your Windows 10 PC.
The Windows 10 Creators Update also introduces the new “Quick Look” feature, which lets you snap a screenshot of an image or video, then pull it out of your Photos app and paste it directly into the “Quick View” area.
The new Quick Look feature makes it easier to quickly navigate through photos and videos on your PC, whether you’re working on a project or playing a game.
Windows 10 users also have the ability to access the “More” button on the Start menu, which brings up additional search options.
The Microsoft Store also added an option to search for software and updates that are new or popular, and users can also access the Store from the Start Menu.
Microsoft is also introducing a new “Community” section for developers to showcase new features and new apps.
As Microsoft said earlier this year, Microsoft is planning to release a new Windows 10 operating system every two years.
For more details, check out our in-depth article on the Windows Store and Cortana.