Microsoft added Cortana to Windows 10’s setup process last year so users could use their voice to install the OS, but it’s evidently become a pain for system admins and other IT professionals who must hear the virtual assistant’s voiceover every time they set up a new machine. Microsoft is now disabling her voice-over on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education. The video shows what happens if you’re setting up multiple machines, with Cortana narrating the setup experience. Microsoft is now disabling the Cortana voice-over on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education. It will still remain on the Home version of Windows 10, in a move that probably should have been the default way this rolled out in the first place.