Microsoft is working on a new skills kit for enterprise customers that will make it easier to integrate the digital assistant into your workflow.
This month I look at Windows 10 April 2018 Update woes, Progressive Web Apps in the Microsoft Store, new productivity features, and new security features in the next version of Windows.
Aidan Finn delves into the mists of the future to discover what will work and what will not in the world of Hyper-V and the Microsoft cloud in 2018.
The Invoke is finally here but is Cortana inside a smart speaker the next great digital assistant or is it playing catchup?
Is there a bot for that? At Microsoft’s Build conference in San Francisco, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took to the stage and announced that ‘bots are the new apps.’
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows us how to send text messages using Cortana in Windows 10 and how to make sure missed call notifications are enabled.
To commemorate the launch of Windows 10, Senior Editor Blair Kellerhals is providing her list of the best Windows 10 features for better productivity and security.
Learn how to get started with Cortana, Microsoft’s personal digital assistant that’s built into Windows 10.
Aidan Finn discusses how Microsoft is limiting their potential market by arbitrarily restricting features or limiting services to one or a few countries.
Russell Smith takes a look at the core functionality of Windows Phone 8.1 and discusses some issues he encountered with offline use in his long term review of Microsoft’s smartphone OS.
Russell Smith takes a look at Windows Phone 8.1 by looking at the real-world use for navigation, mail, maps, and calendar apps.
Always forgetting to bring home the milk? Learn how to set location-based reminders in Windows Phone 8.1 using the Cortana personal voice assistant.