Blog post on Enabling applications for Continuum

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I just posted a new blog post on IdentityMine’s blog.

One of the most exciting features of the new Windows 10 mobile devices is Continuum. It means that you can connect your Windows 10 phone to an external monitor, keyboard and mouse, and use it as a lightweight computer. Since it uses standard, non-proprietary protocols, you have a number of options to connect:

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  • You can use a pure wireless solution with Miracast for the display and Bluetooth for mouse/keyboard. Miracast is built into modern displays and TVs these days, or you can use Miracast-enabled sticks like the Microsoft wireless display adapter.
  • Or you can choose wires and use the Display Dock, and a wired mouse / keyboard.
  • Or of course you can use a combination of the above. These technologies are standard and you can choose!

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