Microsoft unveils Cortana and its AI suite, but how much of a hit are you buying?

Microsoft is unveiling its next version of Cortana and it will be the first time the software is fully interactive.

It will allow users to interact with the software using voice commands and gesture recognition.

Users will be able to use the voice-based assistant to ask questions, perform actions, and search the internet for information, according to a post on Microsoft’s blog.

But while the software has been described as “a big step forward for Cortana,” Microsoft has not yet disclosed how many people it will reach.

Its software has long been considered a novelty in the world of computing.

However, Cortana’s popularity has been growing, with some analysts predicting that it could be the most used personal assistant in the next few years.

Its popularity will be particularly difficult to match, given that many of the applications and devices it uses are already popular.

The new version will also include new features, such as voice commands that will let users perform a wide range of tasks, including searching for information on Google, searching for weather, and finding movies and TV shows.

Cortana will be integrated into Windows 10 in the coming months.

It has already been tested with a large number of users, but the software still has a ways to go to make it truly universal.

The software will be available on Windows 10 PCs, laptops, and tablets starting on November 19.

For more information, check out our full interview with Microsoft’s senior VP of software engineering Andy Rubin.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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