Microsoft may be working to improve Cortana's ability to conduct conversations. However, the software manufacturer is increasingly separating its digital assistant from Windows 10. This began with the decoupling of Cortana from the search in the current Windows 10 update of May 2019 and now Microsoft is bringing Cortana as a separate app to the Microsoft Store. A Cortana Beta has been released in the store, and it should be noted that the Digital Assistant may not integrate with Windows 10.
Microsoft uses this beta app to separately update Cortana from Windows 10, so the digital assistant may be new to features quickly. However, Cortana has always been developed as a web-based service, so it could be upgraded without significant changes in Windows 1
Microsoft had already planned to test 19H2, and testers originally promised a spring release. The company was surprisingly quiet, which includes 19H2 at all, but it is expected that it will arrive later this year with a full Linux kernel. Microsoft has even begun testing its first Windows 10 update for 2020 before 19H2 and continues to provide builds for testers.