A job posting from Microsoft's website points to Cortana on Windows. The company is supposedly looking to expand her horizons and "redefine the personalization experience on Windows".
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Expected to be revealed later on today, Microsoft's digital assistant Cortana has started appearing on the web. The Bing settings page lets users set preferences related to Cortana data usage.