Currently, users can access and run smartphone applications on their Windows 10 computer via Microsoft's Your Phone application on Samsung Galaxy Note 20. Further, you'll also be able to pin these Android apps to the Windows 10 taskbar or Start menu. To use the new feature, you need to set up the "Your phone" companion app on both your PC and phone. Now Samsung users will be able to see a visual list of icons from apps installed on their phones and click them to open the app into a new window. In the present Galaxy Unpacked occasion, Microsoft and Samsung reported a couple Samsung-explicit upgrades to the Your Phone application and prodded that the ability to run numerous applications without a moment's delay will be coming not long from now. The fact that you can run your Android phone's apps side by side mean you won't need to install the same apps on your PC as well, and these can run seamlessly from the phone.
"So, whether you are working on a document, keeping up on your social media feed or simply staying connected with family and friends, everything is accessible in one place, so your flow is never broken", said Microsoft.
Samsung is also enhancing the experience to drag and drop files between your devices. This includes a myriad of Galaxy S, Note, and A-series phones.
In a related note, Microsoft is also improving Outlook for Android to better support the larger displays on tablets and on Samsung Galaxy handsets using DeX with an external display. Finally, audio from apps will play from your mobile device only. The latest feature addition has to be one of the most useful to date though. Pre-orders begin today and cloud gaming as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate goes live in 22 markets in North America, Europe and South Korea beginning September 15. However, the ability to run multiple apps simultaneously will be available later this year. Link to Windows is preloaded on select Galaxy devices. And more or less the multi-tasking experience from phone to PC will get a big boost.