Microsoft is rolling out a new version of its Cortana assistant to help with managing your finances.
The new software will let you set up reminders and schedule meetings to keep tabs on your finances, Microsoft said.
The feature will work on Windows 10 and is available for free for existing Windows 10 users.
Microsoft previously released an app that lets you make a financial plan with its Cortana voice assistant, but it was limited to the U.S. and Canada.
The company said it plans to launch the new app “in the coming months” in the U, U.K., Australia, and the United States.
Microsoft said the new Cortana app will work in tandem with its existing financial app, which it says will also have the new feature.
Microsoft also said it will add more financial support features to the new financial app in the coming weeks.
Microsoft, which last year started working on a financial app for the iPhone, Android, and Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system, said last week that it is working on its own financial app.
The latest version of Cortana also has a feature to let you add and remove credit card payments from your phone, and it can add and manage money for multiple accounts.