Will windows 10 be real smart????

pranav r nair

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Will it have:
1. Password protection for app and gallery?
2 app share between phones
3. Wifi direct
4 real time notifications and less delay
5 less transition,more faster app loading
6 And performance of apps like android or ios



This is my wish list
 

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Probably smarter than most users.

1. Your account/device is password protected and that is just as safe as the apps. Safer in some cases.
2. App share? Well, you can install apps you have on other devices with the same account already. Even between desktop/laptop/tablet/phones.
3. Wi-fi direct is supported by the hardware and OS. Just requires an app to make use of it, as the only thing that's missing is an app. But the store has a few apps for it available.
4. They are as real time as the technology allows. Any delay is not on the phone side but on the app backend. You can get faster ONLY if you have an app permanently in the background... With an open connection all the time, let's ask our fellow Android users how much of a bad idea that really is. (really, thats a bad idea)
5. Get a faster phone. The 930 barely has any loading times. Only in really bad apps. But then, thats where the app developers come in. Win10 can't change that.
6. Many well programmed apps run faster on Windows already. It's just the terrible apps from terrible companies that ruin the fun. But that's again not something Windows can change, but something the app developers did wrong.
 

pranav r nair

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Not that kind of password protection I meant ..... in Lumia we aren't able to individualy password protect apps or pictures...... this feature would be really helpfull.....

And those wifi transfer I hav tried we have to individualy type the ip adress each time we connect the phone....which is rather embarrassing for a smart phone.... if there is any better app for this plzzz suggest them. 😊
 

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To share any file from your phone, you need to connect your phone and the other device to the same Wi-Fi network, if such a situation is not possible, then you can turn on the internet sharing of your phone and connect the other device to it.
Once you are done with connecting the devices to the same network, you can open the Easy Transfer app from your device and you would be able to see an address of the form? 192.168.xxx.x?.
On the other device with which you want to share files, open up a web browser and type in the address that you noted down earlier and that?s all, you would see a file manager showing up files present in your phone. From the same interface you can explore the contents of your phone and download any file, moreover you can even upload a file, delete a pre-existing file or rename any file. You can even add new folders if you want.
 

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What's the point password protecting individual items? It's a personal device protected by your passcode. You don't just hand something like that to someone else and let them mess with it. If you absolutely must, well that's what Kid's Corner is for.
 

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I expect call recording , watsapp audio files trasnfer , invividual app lock.... Just see the sales growth as soon as Microsoft makes these features available :) specailly in INDIA thankyou
 

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Not that kind of password protection I meant ..... in Lumia we aren't able to individualy password protect apps or pictures...... this feature would be really helpfull..... 😊

This is just generally a poor idea. It exists not because it is a good approach to security, but because that is what Android app developers were able to provide. Against anybody that is determined and a bit more tech savvy than my grandmother, it's barely protection. Even if you do manage to password protect every app that provides a route to your pictures, every app or app update could potentially open up a new security hole. It's a toy.

Just protect your device with a general password (which everyone should do anyway). If you're worried about giving your device to friends, WP 8.1.1 (denim), has an apps corner (not kid's corner) feature, that allows you to setup a second start screen for exactly that purpose. It's an infinitely more secure approach.
 

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