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You can quickly transfer phone calls to your Windows 10 speakers with your phone

Microsoft may not have a smartphone platform to lean anymore, but it does quite impressive technical gymnastics to disrupt its…

Microsoft may not have a smartphone platform to lean anymore, but it does quite impressive technical gymnastics to disrupt its Windows desktop in a repository of smartphone activities.

With its new Your Phone app, which is about to ship in the Windows October 10, 2018 update when it’s finally released, Microsoft delivers a huge need for smartphone support for the Windows 10 platform.

Your phone has limited functionality right now that allows users to interact with messages and photos on their smartphones, but Microsoft has greater ambitions for the software, and Insiders can begin testing these plans soon.

According to Aggiornmaentilumia, a feature that Microsoft briefly touched during its development conference in early 201

8 could be shown in the next major update for Windows 10 addressed to consumers in the spring of 2019.

A new system called Windows.CallingShellApp appears to transfer calls that come from a smartphone to speakers on a Windows 10-powered device. While conventional wisdom would move this new feature to the desktop, there are other strings in the subsystem that relate to Microsoft’s obscene fusing unit.

There are already services that offer this kind of functionality that includes Dell’s Mobile Connect App, Facebook Messenger, and above all Skype. However, Microsoft seems to build built-in support of these features directly in Windows 10 with the intention of expanding beyond the visible messages from other services, as your phone is also rumored to support App Mirroring.

Microsofts Your phone becomes the company’s Swiss Army Knife for hardware-independent software connectivity.

Additional reading: App Mirroring, Dell, Microsoft, Skype, Your Phone

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