Continuum is by far one of the most interesting features Windows 10, allowing users to use their Lumia Windows 10 Mobile phones with a keyboard, mouse, and display. The interface automatically adapts the environment, turning your phone into an (almost) full-fledged PC.
The Continuum Team “is eager to hear Insider feedback,” and has posted some questions in their Microsoft Answers forums and are seeking your answers. Here are the four questions posted so far:
- Continuum Insight #1: What apps matter most on Continuum for phone?
- Continuum Insight #2: How will you use Remote Desktop with Continuum for phone?
- Continuum Insight #3: What PC features matter most for Continuum for phone?
- Continuum Insight #4: In what environments would you want to use Continuum for phone?
Each question has further questions about the specific things. For instance, Microsoft wants to know which app would you use with Continuum for phone which is not available at the moment, or the app on the desktop/PC. Or, how do you want to use Continuum on your phone, which tasks will you do, which apps to use, and where would you use Continuum for phone (home office, connected to big screen TV, kitchen, dorm room, touchdown area in a public space, etc.)?
Similarly, there are several things the company wants to know in order to improve the feature. Continuum for Windows 10 Mobile requires you to have the Display Dock which transforms your mobile device into a full-fledged PC so you can connect your smartphone to a display and work on it using peripheral devices such as a mouse and a keyboard.
Head over to the respective question using the links above to provide your valuable feedback about the questions above.Further reading: Continuum, Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile