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India will be among a select group of 13 nations where an updated version of Microsoft's digital personal assistant will roll out later this summer as part of the Windows 10 anniversary update announced by the technology giant.
Apart from India, the other countries where the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be available include the US, the UK, China, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Mexico and Brazil, Cortana's group programme manager Marcus Ash said during a session on the sidelines of the ongoing annual developers' conference 'Build 2016' here.
Ash told that the update will be available for both phone and personal computers and Microsoft is focussed on "getting it right" for its "most important countries", particularly India, China and Japan.
Ash said Cortana is an English product right now in India but given the different regional languages and dialects in the country, Microsoft is starting to think about how to expand it to the other languages.