“Windows 10 Redstone adds touchscreen support and higher resolutions to Continuum”

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An update to Windows 10 called Redstone that should be released this summer should bring touchscreen support and higher resolutions to Continuum, according to the German website Winfuture.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/windows-10-redstone-adds-touchscreen-support-and-higher-resolutions-to-continuum-78617/](http://www.myce.com/news/windows-10-redstone-adds-touchscreen-support-and-higher-resolutions-to-continuum-78617/)

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#2

…details on several interesting innovations that should become part of Redstone and that should especially bring improvements to Microsoft Continuum feature. This feature allows Windows 10 smartphones to connect to a monitor, keyboard and mouse to provide a desktop-like experience.

…Continuum will support touchscreen monitors, in addition to the current supported mouse and keyboard

Come on, I had that since 2008/9 - 3rd-party though, but still.

Another much wanted new functionality is the support of higher resolution. Continuum should support 2K monitors after the Redstone update.

I’m impressed… NOT!

Also the performance of wireless transfers should be improved with more quality settings.

What kept you?

I can not help but being a little sarcastic as this list needs considerably more numbers of new feature and fixes… Like, have they removed the ridiculous 2048 entries limitation for the start menu (they managed to raise it from just 512 in the 1511 release), and have they rectified the sluggishness of it?


#3

[QUOTE=Xercus;2768473]]Like, have they removed the ridiculous 2048 entries limitation for the start menu (they managed to raise it from just 512 in the 1511 release), and have they rectified the sluggishness of it?[/QUOTE]In my experience, Microsoft never rectifies the sluggishness of anything. Perhaps in a few years, it will get a little more sluggish. If we’re lucky, it will stay the same.

Of course, part of the reason for the sluggishness is the malware. I’m sure the only way to speed things up is to disinfect the machine. I’m sure doing so will be illegal under section 1201 of the DMCA. Also, said disinfection will probably break the OS.