Windows 10 will allow displaying notifications from Android-smartphones on PC

Recently, Microsoft released Windows 10 build 18885 for developers, which contained one very

interesting feature.

What's new

In particular, the My Phone application has been improved forPC synchronization with smartphone. If previously it allowed only the smartphone screen to be displayed on the computer, now notifications will also be displayed.

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It works simply:notifications that arrive on your smartphone will be displayed next to the tray on your computer. If you view and close it, the notification will disappear on your mobile phone as well. Some notifications can be disabled, meaning they will still be displayed on a smartphone, but not on a PC screen.

My Phone app was previously supportedon Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ and S9/S9+ smartphones, the following models have now been added to the list: OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, Note 8 and Note 9. In general, the application requires Android 7.0 or higher .

What else

In addition, Windows 10 voice input has “learned” several new languages. Previously, he only understood English, but now he understood French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Chinese.

To activate voice input, simply press Win+H in the text field.

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