If you've been following the Windows 10 news out of Microsoft, you've probably heard of Continuum. If not, it's easy to encapsulate: Windows Continuum is a feature that lets you plug your Windows 10 smartphone into a monitor and keyboard to transform it into an approximation of a desktop computer. We tried it for the first time last week and were pretty blown away by its potential; after all, running full versions of Microsoft Edge, Power Point and Outlook on a huge screen using only a smartphone for power is mighty impressive. But what exactly is Continuum? What are its strengths and limitations ... and what would you actually use it for? Join Michael Fisher as he tries to find out in this Windows Continuum feature.
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