Microsoft’s new Cortana voice assistant: Microsoft is introducing a new feature in its Bing app for Windows 10 that lets you say, “Alexa, open the Cortana app,” to open a search box that will let you search for and use a wide variety of Microsoft apps and services.

Microsoft has just released a new app called Cortana.

It will let people ask Cortana questions and get answers that are based on the context of what they’re typing.

Cortana is similar to Alexa, the voice assistant you can ask to open the Microsoft website, and is now available in the Windows 10 version of Bing.

Cortana lets people ask questions and even search for answers from Cortana, but there are also a few new features that make it different from Alexa and other voice assistants.

Cortana asks questions based on context, and it does this through the contextual menu, a collection of options that include the type of product you’re looking for, the type and price of the product, and even a “context of the query” section that lists the relevant phrases.

Cortana will also use voice commands to let you know if a question is correct or incorrect.

There are also the new voice search options for Cortana.

For example, if you want to find the nearest grocery store or a local pharmacy, Cortana will ask you, “What are some places you have visited recently?” and the answer will be a list of grocery stores, pharmacies, and pharmacies across the U.S. The company also announced Cortana for Windows RT.

Cortana for Microsoft Windows RT Cortana will work with Windows RT, the operating system that runs the Surface tablet and Windows 10 Mobile.

The new app, called Cortana for PC, is a completely new experience.

Cortana uses the same API and APIs from Windows 10, so you can already ask Cortana to open an app, search for an item, or do something similar to other Windows APIs.

Cortana has been in beta since late April, and Microsoft released a beta preview for Windows 8.1 and Windows RT earlier this month.

Cortana was also available on Windows 8 in a beta build for the Surface RT.

Microsoft also announced the Cortana for Mobile feature, which allows people to ask Cortana the same questions in a number of different ways.

Microsoft’s Cortana for Desktop will let users ask Cortana in a voice command to open apps, open documents, and launch games, among other things.

Cortana on the Surface The Surface tablets can also use Cortana, too.

Cortana works with Cortana on Windows 10 PCs and Mobile, but you’ll have to ask for it on the same terms.

Microsoft says that you can use Cortana to ask questions or answer questions in Cortana on your Windows 10 PC or Mobile device.

Cortana can ask the following questions: Cortana can open a number or range of apps in the same session.