Microsoft has released another preview this week of its Windows 10 upgrade expected early next year, this time with minor refinements with an extremely exciting upgrade. With this running version of Your Phone application, the desktop system will also be able to answer or reject calls made to the user’s Android phone, and make and receive calls.
“We first announced the Calls feature at the Samsung Unpacked event in August, and you saw a live demo at last week’s Surface event. Today, we’re excited to unveil the Calls feature to the Windows Insider community. Check out this early preview and let us know what you think.”
This means that you no longer need to take your smartphone to make a call, but you can do it entirely from your desktop or laptop, with its microphone or speakers. Of course, the caller realizes nothing, as the call is still made over the mobile in the traditional way. Conversations made in this way will, of course, appear on the phone’s call list, and even the latter can be viewed in the new version on the Windows 10 PC. In this way, and with the preexisting image download, messaging, notification, and screen mirroring features, your Phone application virtually eliminate the need to take your smartphone with your desktop.
The good news is that, contrary to some other features, it works with all android smartphones released in the last few years, as it only requires version 7.0. However, the Windows 10 desktop or laptop will only be able to take over the role of the phone’s built-in speaker and microphone if it also has a Bluetooth adapter. The upgrade is only for Windows Insiders, but is expected will be available in Windows 10 next spring.
This means that you no longer need to take your smartphone to make or receive a call, but you can do it entirely from your desktop or laptop, with its microphone or speakers. Of course, the interlocutor overlooks nothing, as the call is still made over the mobile in the traditional way.
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