Microsoft is officially ending Cortana

Despite its introduction in 2014 on Windows Phone and later on Windows 10, the Cortana voice assistant never quite caught on.

Microsoft now has announced the end of Cortana, although few missed it as the company had severely abandoned this assistant.

According to Microsoft, this isn’t really the end of Cortana. That’s according to the company’s latest blog post It just destroys Cortana’s standalone app in Windows 11but that Cortana will live on in services like Outlook and Microsoft Teams for now.

The blog post describes a new voice access feature for Windows 11 that allows you to control your PC using voice commands. Apparently it works offline and uses “enhanced speech recognition” to understand what you really want.

So if you’re really into using voice commands to control your PC, whether it’s from personal preference or an accessibility perspective, Cortana’s death shouldn’t be a major obstacle.

Anyone who’s been around Microsoft lately knows that the company has jumped headfirst into the current AI trend, and that seems to be the case Its new AI-focused tools will be the main replacement for Cortana.

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