It’s not a secret that Google isn’t necessarily the biggest fan of Windows 10, and it’s actually something that users have been struggling with for quite a while.
Microsoft’s modern OS push, starting with Windows 8 and including Windows Phone, had a hard time convincing users to stick around, and the lack of dedicated Google apps has already been one major shortcoming.
Of course, Google apps are still nowhere to be seen in Microsoft’s app stores, yet someone has found a way to bring Google Assistant to Windows 10 with a third-party approach.
Hello, Google Assistant!
Developer Melvin Abraham released an unofficial Google Assistant for Windows 10 on GitHub, and you can install it today if you follow a complex tutorial to get the main features working.
And these are actually two big problems.
First of all, getting the app up and runn… (read more)