If you are an Andriod user, then you might know about Google Assistant and its usage. Google Assistant for PC can be used in the same way as it is used in the new Smartphones. Today, in this post, we will show you How to Install Google Assistant on Windows 11 and 10.
What Google Assistant is Exactly?
Google Assistant is Google’s, virtual assistant. Google Assistant debuted as an extension of Google Now, with the goal of becoming more personal while building on Google’s current “OK Google” voice commands.
Initially, Google Now intelligently retrieved relevant information for you. It knew where you worked, your meetings and travel plans, your favorite sports teams, and what you were interested in, so it could provide you with information that was relevant to you.
Google Now has long been defunct, but Assistant exists in the same area, combining these personalized components with a wide range of voice control. Google Assistant accepts both text and voice input and will continue the discussion regardless of which model you use.
What Functions Does Google Assistant have?
Google Assistant provides voice commands, speech searches, and voice-activated device control, allowing you to accomplish a variety of activities after saying the wake words “OK Google” or “Hey Google.” It is intended to provide you with conversational encounters.
Google Assistant will:
- Control your devices and your smart home
- Access information from your calendars and other personal information
- Find information online, from restaurant bookings to directions, weather and news
- Control your music
- Play content on your Chromecast or other compatible devices
- Run timers and reminders
- Make appointments and send messages
- Open apps on your phone
- Read your notifications to you
- Real-time spoken translations
- Play games
How to Install Google Assistant on Windows 11 and 10
So, if you’ve decided to install and use Google Assistant on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 PC then here are the steps to install Google Assistant on Windows 10/11:
Step 1: Download & Install Unofficial GA Client
- Click here to download the client for Windows 10 and Select Google_Assistant-Setup-1.0.0-rc.2.exe.
- When the file is downloaded, Install it on your Windows 11 and 10 PC or Laptop.
- Once the installation is completed, uncheck the box next to Run Google Assistant and then click Finish.
Step 2: Open Actions Console and then Create a New Project
- Click here to go to the Actions Console page and then click on New Project.
- Click Yes to agree to Terms of Service, select your Country, and at last click on Agree and continue.
- Enter your Project Name then click on Create project.
- Scroll all the way to the bottom of the screen and then select Click here.
- Now, on this page select REGISTER MODEL.
- Fill in the Product name, Manufacturer name, and Device type. Click REGISTER MODEL.
- Now, click on “Download OAuth 2.0 credentials” and then click Next.
- Click on SAVE TRAITS.
Step 3: Configure Consent Screen
- Click on the link to get to the Cloud Console page.
- On the search bar, search the Project name you created and then click on your Project name.
- Click the Hamburger menu and then select APIs & Services.
- Now, click on ENABLE APIS AND SERVICES.
- Here, search on the search bar Google Assistant or Assistant and then select Google Assistant API.
- In this window, click on ENABLE.
- Select Credentials.
- Click on CONFIGURE CONSENT SCREEN.
- Select the External Option under the User Type menu and then select CREATE.
- Select your Email for User Support email.
- Scroll down to the bottom of this page and enter your email in “Developer Contact Information”, right after that click on SAVE AND CONTINUE.
- On the next page click again on SAVE AND CONTINUE also on the next page.
- Click on BACK TO DASHBOARD.
- Click on the “ADD USERS” button under the Test users.
- Enter your Gmail and click on Save.
Step 4: Setting Authentication in the App
- Launch Google Assistant From the Start Menu.
- Now press Windows + Shift + A to open Google Assistant and then click Get Started.
- Click on the “Settings” icon on the top-left corner of the windows.
- Next to Key File Path click on Browse.
- Select the Client Secret File that you downloaded and then click Open.
- Now, click Save.
- Select Automatically set a path.
- Click on Relaunch Assistant.
- Now, you will be presented with the “Get Token!” screen. An authentication page will be opened in your default browser and then select your Email ID. Click Continue. Click on Allow twice.
- Select the Code and drag to the Paste the code area field.
- Finally, click Submit.
- Click on Relaunch Assistant.
- That’s it. By now, Google Assistant is successfully installed on your Windows 11 PC and desktop.
This is how you can Install Google Assistant on Windows 11 and 10 PC & Laptop through the procedures mentioned above. Please let us know if you have any recommendations or themes you’d like us to explore in the future article in the comments box below.
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