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For some users, the Cortana feature in Windows 10 6 Coolest Things You Can Control with Cortana in Windows 10 6 Coolest Things You Can Control with Cortana in Windows 10 Cortana can help you go hands-free on Windows 10. You can let her search your files and the web, make calculations, or pull up the weather forecast. Here we cover some of her cooler skills. Read More is just a search box that allows them to find programs installed on their computer, but the personal assistant EasilyDo Or Google Now: Which Is The Better Personal Assistant? EasilyDo Or Google Now: Which Is The Better Personal Assistant? EasilyDo is a virtual personal assistant for iOS and Android that can be compared to Google Now. In fact, as we'll discover shortly, it's much better. Read More can do so much more. One of the cooler things she can do is keep track of the status of your packages Deliveries Tracks Incoming Packages, Adds Dates to Your Calendar Deliveries Tracks Incoming Packages, Adds Dates to Your Calendar It's that time of the year: all the gifts you bought for family and friends are being delivered, and you need to make sure they all make it to you before the holidays. Read More .

There are a couple of ways to do this. You can simply type in your package’s tracking number into the search box and an option will pop up labelled Track Your Package. Click that, and then an entry will be created in the notebook so you can check the tracking information whenever you want.

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If for some reason you want to do it manually, you can also launch Cortana and click the notebook icon. Then, scroll down a bit and click Packages. Click on Add a Package, and then type in the tracking number.

Whichever method you use, you’ll be able to keep an eye on your packages without logging into your email account so it can happen automatically. You get the usefulness, but under your control.

How do you use Cortana? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. Eric Stoick
    February 6, 2016 at 10:31 pm

    Very cool!!

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