Windows 10: Cortana Can Not Be Turned Off In The Windows 10 Anniversary Update
Cortana Can Not Be Turned Off In The Windows 10 Anniversary Update
Microsoft has removed the option to disable Cortana in the upcoming Windows 10 anniversary update.
Not that much more to be said really. For Windows 10 Pro users it seems like it will be possible to disable Cortana using a group policy (and home users will be able to disable Cortana using a registry edit), but I think it is asinine that we should have to dig around in group policies and the registry to disable it.
Microsoft is once again proving that they do not want to give users control over their own computer. I would not be surprised if the group policy and registry edit gets removed in a future update either.
I wonder how the Microsoft Defense Force will defend this move.
Evidences: You can't turn off Cortana in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update | PCWorld
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Download Windows 10 Anniversary ISO (32-bit 3.14 GB) (64-bit=4.07 GB):
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Read more: First look: Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary Update | ZDNet
I haven't been able to find a definitive answer to this. Many are calling this an 'update', whereas a few are mentioning 'upgrade'.
My understanding is that as an 'Update', we have no choice but to install it when released. i.e its just a normal...
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Tried to turn on Hey Cortana, it still doesn't work. i messed with the privacy settings, but i may have missed something. please let me know.... common.... thanks!