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Microsoft’s Continue on PC feature is the future of Windows, but needs to be better

Microsoft’s Continue on PC feature, which introduces a Share option on Android handsets which lets you open web pages from your phone on your PC is a grudging acknowledgement of the mobile first world we live in, but to live up to its potential it needs to be a whole lot better. The feature currently […] Read More: Microsoft’s Continue on PC feature is the future of Windows, but needs
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