How to Set up Google Assistant on Windows 11

Looking to Use Google Assistant on your Windows Computer. Here is Detailed Guide to Install and Run Google Assistant on Windows 11 PC.

As the news of being able to run Android apps on Windows 11 is officially confirmed by Microsoft itself, although for the Windows Insider builds, the possibility of it arriving for the stable build is imminent. This means you soon would be able to use Google Voice assistant to control your PC and use your voice to accomplish multiple tasks. Isn’t that would be amazing? Sadly, there is no official way to get that working, at least as of now.

However, thanks to tech enthusiasts across the globe, there is an unofficial way applicable that can bring Google Assistant on Windows 11. In this guide, we will share with you all the steps that you need to follow in order to make Google Assistant work on your Windows 11 machine. With that said, let us jump straight into the article.

Install Google Assistant on Windows 11 PC

As already mentioned, there is no official way to get Google Assistant working on your Windows 11 PC. However, there is an unofficial workaround that you can follow to use Google Assistant. It is advised that you follow all the steps very carefully to avoid any errors. Moreover, we also recommend creating a system restore point or having a backup of your data to keep all of your data safe and secure.

  1. Download the unofficial Google Assistant client from the GitHub page. Ensure to download the .exe file for Windows 11.
    Google Assistant Setup EXE
  2. After the download is complete, install the file.
  3. Uncheck the Run Google Assistant option and click the Finish button.
  4. Now, you need to open the Actions Console on your Browser and click create a New Project.
  5. Accept Terms and Conditions.
  6. Add the project’s name, select your country and language, and finally hit the Create Project button.
  7. When the new page loads, scroll down and select the “Are you looking for device registration? Click here” option.
  8. Click on the REGISTER MODEL button.
  9. Fill in any random detail in the product name, manufacturer name, device type, etc., and click on the REGISTER MODEL button.
  10. Hit the Download OAuth 2.0 Credentials (*.json file), click Next.
  11. Select all traits and click on Save Traits.
  12. After this, you need to head over to the Cloud Console page and log in with your G-Account.
  13. Click on the Select a Project button at the top.
  14. Click on the project you just have created.
  15. From the left side menu, select API and Services.
  16. Now, click on the Enable APIS and Services button at the top.
  17. API Library page will open where you need to search for ‘Google Assistant’ and click on ‘Google Assistant API.
  18. Click on Enable.
  19. From the left side, select Credentials, and then select CONFIGURE CREDENTIALS SCREEN.
  20. Under the User Type option, select External and hit the Create button.
  21. Choose your listed email for the User Support email.
  22. You need to enter your email in Developer Contact Information and click on SAVE AND CONTINUE.
  23. Do not fill in any details on the following pages and simply scroll download and click SAVE AND CONTINUE.
  24. On the last page click on BACK TO DASHBOARD.
  25. Now, under Test Users, select Add Users and enter your email. Finally, hit the SAVE button.
  26. Open the Google Assistant app on your Windows 11 system and click on Get Started and then Proceed buttons.
  27. Click on the Settings button on the top-left corner of the Google Assistant interface.
  28. Select the Browse button, next to the Key file path and choose the JSON file you have downloaded right at the beginning of the process.
  29. Hit the Save button and select Automatically set a path.
  30. Relaunch the assistant.
  31. You will be redirected to a new web page to verify the app. Select your Google account and click Continue.
  32. Select Allow on the new pop-up project that appears.
  33. Copy the token link.
  34. The Assistant app will ask for Token, paste the token link in the Google Assistant app and select Submit.
  35. Relaunch the assistant again.
  36. That’s it! Google Assistant is now ready to use on your Windows 11 system.

Make sure that you have provided all the necessary permissions, such as a microphone, location, and others, for the Google Assistant to work smoothly.

That’s it with this simple guide you can install and set up Google Assistant a virtual assistant software on Window 11 and enjoy the voice command on Windows PC.

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Sagar N Bhavsar
A Six Sigma and Google Certified Digital Marketer who worked as an Analyst for a Top MNC. Technology and automobile enthusiast who likes to write, play guitar, and travel. Entrepreneur and Blogger.

10 Responses

  1. CrispyWalrus says:

    I am getting an error trying to add the json file created to the Assistant’s settings: “Authentication Failure
    The Key file provided is not valid. Make sure the file is of the form “”
    Error: Invalid Key file”

  2. Milutin says:

    Authentication Failure
    The Key file provided is not valid. Make sure the file is of the form “”

    • anhhien says:

      I met the same problem ” the key file provided is not valid,…””

  3. Michael says:

    instructions go off tract at step 19, there is no such button.

  4. AADI says:

    i missed the json file iam unable to find how can i downlod it back could you help me with that please

  5. kar says:

    Hi! Download the web client generated by google in client credentials and try again.

    If you face issues in getting a token. copy the token from the url starting with 4 till before scope.

    Hope this helps. My assistant works fine.

  6. MsI0 says:

    If you cannot get the token, just click on the URL and copy the code in the “?code=” section. Hope this works.
    Also, for the “Configure consent screen”, you have to click the “Edit App” button to to the consent menu.

  7. Ben says:

    I’m also getting the “The Key file provided is not valid. Make sure the file is of the form “”
    Error: Invalid Key file” error. should I wait 2-28 hours for the key to activate? or is there a workaround?

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