HP has announced the Google Assistant for Windows 10, and it looks like it’s going to be the company’s biggest acquisition of the year.
The Home will now be able to access the Cortana voice-activated personal assistant via a set of pre-installed software.
In addition to this, the Home will also have access to some other software that can be installed by default, such as an app for controlling Nest thermostats and Nest smart home appliances.
The Google Assistant is expected to be available in the Windows Store in October, though it’s unclear if that will also include Cortana on other Windows devices.
If you want to know more about the Google home, we’ve put together an article covering everything you need to know about the Home and how it will change the way you use your Windows 10 computer.
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