Get Help? Yes, we highly recommend it, Redmond. That's because Microsoft's latest update to its Windows operating system, Windows 10, has seen the removal of the virtual assistant app, Cortana, and the introduction of adverts for Windows Search.

The Register reported that Microsoft had announced that it would be ending support for the Cortana app on mobile devices earlier this year, and now it seems that the app has disappeared from Windows 10 as well. According to The Verge, the app will now be integrated into Microsoft 365, the company's cloud-based subscription service.

In place of Cortana, Microsoft has introduced a new “Get Help” app, which provides users with access to the company’s customer support services. While it may not have the same level of functionality as Cortana, the Get Help app can be accessed from the Windows toolbar and provides users with the ability to search for answers to their problems.

In addition to the removal of Cortana, Microsoft has also introduced adverts for Windows Search. The adverts appear at the top of search results and are designed to help users discover new features and products.

The introduction of adverts has been met with mixed reactions from users, with some criticizing the move as intrusive and unnecessary. However

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