Microsoft Windows 10 Creators update will allow users to setup PC using their voice
The tech giant Microsoft is all set to announce its Windows 10 Creators update to PCs in upcoming weeks. If reports are to believed, as part of the update the Redmond-based tech giant will be making the process of setting up PC easier. Also according to a report in The Verge, Microsoft will let users to use Cortana voice commands while setting up the system.
As per the reports the new systems that come pre-installed with Windows 10 Creators update will be getting this feature. Cortana will allow the users to join to Wi-Fi networks and also sign-in the Microsoft story without even touching the keyboard or the mouse. Well, there is amazing option that if the users are not happy with Cortana setting up the PC, they can use the traditional keyboard and mouse technique any time.
A free update to existing Windows 10 PCs, the official date when Windows 10 Creators will be updated as per Microsoft is April 11 . To shed more light on the rollout last month, Yusuf Mehdi, corporate vice president, Windows and Devices Group, said, "Today, I'm excited to share our latest update to Windows 10, the Creators Update, will begin to roll out on April 11. The Creators Update is designed to spark and unleash creativity, bringing 3D and mixed reality to everyone and enabling every gamer to be a broadcaster. Beyond creativity, it brings new features to Microsoft Edge, additional security capabilities and privacy tools, and so much more."
Well it is said that Windows 10 Creators Update brings host of new features for PC users. To make it quite easy to create 3D objects or convert 2D objects to 3D, the OS version will bring the new Paint 3D app. The rollout will also comprise 'Beam' that lets Windows 10 PC and Xbox One users stream game play and interrelate with community in real-time in low latency without any use of additional hardware or software. There is a Windows 10 Game Mode as well.