Apple’s digital assistant Siri is now making the move from iPhones to laptops and desktops. The company announced that Siri will be a part of macOS Sierra, the latest version of the operating system for Macs.
Siri will function a lot like Cortana does in Windows 10. You can ask “her” to send messages to friends or to search for documents, photos and other files, and open apps. She can also answer your questions, play music and do things like tell you what the weather is like.
Siri will also allow you to save searches to the Mac Notification Center. Users can also drag and drop Siri’s search results to their desktops.
Apple’s macOS Sierra will be available this fall.