Windows 10 users are going to be able to treat their PCs more like smart home hubs. Windows Central reports today that Microsoft has added a “connected home” section to Cortana. From this new menu, users can sign into smart home services, thereby giving Cortana control. It’s currently compatible with Wink, Insteon, Nest, SmartThings, and Hue. Windows Central notes that it’s seen the connected home menu on both Windows 10 desktop and mobile, so it’s likely rolling out now.
The Verge‘s Tom Warren reported earlier this year that Microsoft was working on a new HomeHub feature that would create a family environment on the PC with shared access to calendars and apps. The idea was also to enable Windows 10 to serve as a smart home hub for…
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