1. jschipmann's Avatar
    I'm both curious and excited for Windows 10 as many people are, but I have a question

    I have yet to see anyone cover how Windows 10 on my desktop laptop or Surface 3 pro will work / integrate with my current Windows Phone? (which right now is running WP8.1)

    Will I be able to wirelessly connect (either WiFi or Bluetooth) my phone to my desktop?
    Will I see notifications of texts I receive on my desktop?
    Can I see Caller Id of incoming calls on my desktop?
    Can I answer calls and texts from my Phone through my desktop?
    Can I mirror my phone on my desktop much like the Project my screen app (although please without USB lol)
    07-28-2015 02:18 PM
  2. TheCudder's Avatar
    As of now, none of this is possible. The most integration you'll get now is having Cortana's notebook & reminders sync. Microsoft is working on a universal messaging app which could POSSIBLY bring texting/text notifications to Windows 10, but no one knows for sure as they haven't spoke on it much. At this point, Windows 10 is a fairly barebones OS which provides a platform for some great integration features to come as time passes.
    07-28-2015 02:28 PM

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