Microsoft improves Continuum with multi-window support and Proximity Connect

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Microsoft has demonstrated new features for Continuum, a feature that allows the smartphone to connect to a display and behave like a desktop computer. During its Ignite conference the software giant showcased multitasking and a feature called Proximity Connect.

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The phone display no longer has to be constantly on when working on the desktop. It’s possible to timeout e.g. the phone display while working on a monitor.
Gee, I wish I could turn my Android phone off while working with my GNU/Linux distro. Oh wait, I already can!