Microsoft is currently testing its Digital Assistant Cortana to be an interactive tech support guide for users. In a Video Leaked by WalkingCat, Microsoft is testing a new feature for Cortana on Windows 10 which is internally named as “Follow Me”.

Cortana will be seen providing a narrated guide to users on how to add Bluetooth devices on Windows 10. The new features helps users in interacting with Cortana in adding or completing procedures for installation or using some of the Windows 10 features.

During the guide to the Windows 10 users, Cortana will be aware of the actions of the users and automatically proceed to the next step by guiding the user. The Redmond Giant might reveal the new feature internally called as “Follow Me” very soon to the Windows 10 Insiders.

The introduction of the Digital Assistant as a guide would help Microsoft bring down its support personnel who guide users on process of performing basic operations on Windows. This feature is currently under testing internally and the company is expected to launch the feature to the public next year with the roll out of Redstone 4.

However the Insiders in the Fast Ring will be able to get their hands on this new feature earlier to everyone once the company releases the feature in future upcoming Fast Ring Insider builds.

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