Windows 10 for mobiles will include an interesting feature called Continuum for phones. When you connect your phone to a larger display monitor or tv, it will become close to a fully featured windows PC! Plugging a Windows 10 device into a monitor lets the tablet or mobile phone output a special, scaled up version of Windows 10 onto the monitor, scaled up from the phone’s display and compatible with plugged keyboard and mouse. The clever part of Continuum is its ability to treat mobile apps as if they were the Windows 10 desktop version when plugged in. According to Joe Belfiore (VP, operating system group at Microsoft) this ability to emulate PC versions of apps on the go is because the code behind a lot of Windows 10 apps for PC and mobile is exactly the same. Demonstrating the Powerpoint app with a phone plugged into a monitor, Belfiore showed that the app was indeed exactly the same as the version on Windows 10 for the PC. The possibilities of this feature are many, it is almost like carrying a fully functional computer/CPU in your phone all the time, so whenever you need to do serious productive tasks, you can just plug in to a screen and start using a full fledged computer, when you are done, just take it off and walk away! As smartphones are becoming more powerful by everyday, this can even make laptops redundant in some time.