Continuum helps Windows 10 play nice with touch and peripherals
The other thing that we really talked about in September that's very important to Windows 10 is the continuum feature.
And continuum is about enabling a two in one device like this, which I've been using like a lap top to transform elegantly into sort of a tablet form factor.
So let me restore some windows here and you'll.
See I've got a bunch of windows open in various positions on the screen.
I can move those around using my mouse and keyboard.
But when I remove the mouse and keyboard.
We get a little pop-up here, do you want to enter tablet mode?
I'll choose that and now my windows are full screen.
And I can use this in a very natural way like a tablet.
I can left swipe in to get task switching and then switch between full screen apps.
If I touch the start button there, you'll see, it's now automatically the full screen start menu, which I can use touch gestures.
Just navigate around.
And then, when I'm using it like a tablet, I snap the keyboard back in.
I get a prompt.
I can exit tablet mode.
And now I'm right back to where I was able to use it like a PC with windows that are restored.
The start menu back in it's small size.
And the whole point is, a device like this elegantly transforms from one mode to another
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