TeamViewer Windows 10 app gets Cortana and Continuum support
TeamViewer is one of the most popular remote control services for Windows, and for good reason. As the operating system evolved, TeamViewer’s development team kept up, delivering new features and new forms of its product to keep up with latest user demands. Last year, TeamViewer released a UWP app and enhanced its Desktop app to be perfectly compatible with Windows 10. Now, there are even more additions on the way.
As one of the many companies as this year’s Microsoft Build 2016 conference, TeamViewer spoke about the loyalty of Windows users to its product and announced a few new, Windows 10-related features. Namely, Cortana integration and Continuum support for their flagship program. However, while the company didn’t reveal any additional details about these additions, both features will surely be welcomed by Windows 10 users of TeamViewer.
Even though we don’t have any precise information about the upcoming Cortana and Continuum integration, we assume there to be some standard features, like the ability to use TeamViewer while in Continuum mode or control a computer by voice with Cortana. As soon as TeamViewer reveals more info about Cortana and Continuum support for its Windows 10 app, we’ll make sure to get you updated.
Cortana is already integrated with a lot of apps and Microsoft plans to integrate it with more than 1,000 apps going forward, with TeamViewer is obviously one of them. Besides Windows 10 apps, Cortana will be integrated with other Microsoft’s devices including the Xbox One after the release of the Anniversary Update for Windows 10. Additionally, more improvements are going to be included in the upcoming update: find out more about that here.
TeamViewer Windows 10 app is now available in the Store and you can download it on your Windows 10 PC, tablet, or Mobile device for free.
Game stuttering is the irregular delays between GPU frames that can have a notable impact on gameplay. A game that stutters will feel slow, or […]
Facebook is reportedly maintaining a list of user data taken directly from their accounts. You might be surprised to know that Facebook’s ex-employees and existing […]