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Screen Mirroring is coming to Windows 10 for Android users

In a press conference, Microsoft introduced new devices: Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, and Surface Studio 2. Of course, these devices are powered by the latest Windows 10 update, which combines a number of features in its sleeve, one of which is Screen Mirroring.

An update to Windows 10 will bring an app called "your phone". You will be able to connect your smartphone to your computer and use this application to access some features of your phone. Of course, this integration is very limited for iOS users because Apple strictly limits how it allows third-party developers to use the platform. On the other hand, Android users will be able to send and receive messages and preview the latest images. However, there is a long way to go before applying a phone - this is just the beginning.

Reverse the phone screen on your computer. This means that you will use your smartphone just as if you were holding it in your hand. You can open installed applications, navigate your phone, drag and drop files, and do anything else.

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