Does it work with windows 7

asked on 3 October 2019

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I assume that you are kidding right?
Unicorn Traveller
· 3 October 2019
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I couldn't tell you because I use it as a stand-alone device.
Kaz
· 3 October 2019
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Sort of a vague question? If you have a standard WiFi or Bluetooth output on your computer's router, then you are OK.
Kevin F. Bond
· 4 October 2019
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I am not sure what you mean here Alexa works fine with windows the Echo Show is just an Echo terminal with a screen that displays "Alexa Relevant" information and Videos etc, it is not a computer in the normal sense of the word, although I am sure there is a very powerful computer of some sort lurking behind the pretty… see more I am not sure what you mean here Alexa works fine with windows the Echo Show is just an Echo terminal with a screen that displays "Alexa Relevant" information and Videos etc, it is not a computer in the normal sense of the word, although I am sure there is a very powerful computer of some sort lurking behind the pretty screen. I have Alexa on my Windows Lap Top, Desk Top, Phones and tablets and on the Echo Show. It is quite handy being able to use the Show when sitting in a lounge chair but I often use my phone to control some of the gear such as a compressor in my workshop, which somehow I always seem to forget to switch off when I leave the workshop. See less I am not sure what you mean here Alexa works fine with windows the Echo Show is just an Echo terminal with a screen that displays "Alexa Relevant" information and Videos etc, it is not a computer in the normal sense of the word, although I am sure there is a very powerful computer of some sort lurking behind the pretty screen. I have Alexa on my Windows Lap Top, Desk Top, Phones and tablets and on the Echo Show. It is quite handy being able to use the Show when sitting in a lounge chair but I often use my phone to control some of the gear such as a compressor in my workshop, which somehow I always seem to forget to switch off when I leave the workshop.
Snoopy Combley
· 3 October 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent English-speaking Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 35,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Peter Allinson
· 5 October 2019
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