You Can Now Track Santa Inside Windows 10 Maps

By: Radu Tyrsina
Less than a 1 minute read

As they always do, Microsoft and NORAD have teamed up again to track Santa on his journey. But besides the partnership with Microsoft Edge, you will now be able to actually track Santa’s whereabouts right inside Windows Maps.

You will see that the search suggestion box for Windows 10 Maps on both mobile and PC devices has begun listing Where’s Santa? as the first suggestion. Thus, if you will click it, a brand new page will pop up showing his present location.

The initiative is part of the traditional NORAD Tracks Santa ‘entertainment program’ whereby the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) allegedly sees Santa on their radar.

Besides appearing inside Windows Maps, you will be able to see Santa in Cortana, as well. Did you manage to spot this nice little feature? What do you think about it?

In the mean time, do check out the dedicated app that lets you track Santa in real time and also have a look at some of the best winter themes for Windows 10 that you can try out.

 

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