How to Download Alexa App for Windows

by better ressult on Mar 18, 2019 Computer Certification 213 Views
Are you excited to run the Alexa App on your Windows PC?  Alexa App comes pre-installed in the latest version of Windows. But, if you using an old version you need to download Alexa app manually to your system.
Below the simple steps are given through which you can download the app on your device manually. Follow the guide step-by-step to avoid mistakes:
On your Windows PC, open the web browser.
Type https in the address bar and hit the enter button.
Click ‘Download the Alexa for PC’ button.
The download process will begin in the hard drive of your system.
Open the file you have downloaded.
Double click on the file to begin the installation procedure.
Follow the on-screen guidelines.
Click the Finish button to complete the process.
Once the installation procedure is completed, you are all set to give commands to Alexa. You can start with a wake word to analyze whether Alexa responds to your commands. By default wake word is ‘Alexa’. If you are unable to download alexa app or encounter any issue in its installation process, contact the experts. The professional will share the step-by-step guidelines to download and install the app. 

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