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Report confirms Windows 10 19H1 built-in phone transfer and clipboard sync to phone function

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Your Phone app also allows you to send messages through your PC while allowing access to message conversations, even allowing you to mirror Android apps on your desktop screen.

According to multiple reports,MicrosoftBeingDevelopmentAnother interesting feature,Windows10 19H1 is expected to transfer the phone to the PC. The evidence has been found in the Windows 10 19H1 Shell and is called "Windows.CallingShellApp".

The report has now been confirmed by Microsoft observer Albatross, a technician known for observing many hidden changes in Windows. According to Albatross, the Windows 10 19H1 update will also support conference calls, where users can send phone calls to another device, call to PC or PC to phone, and dial the number on the keyboard directly from the connected Windows 10 PC. To refuse to answer the call, answer the call or initiate a call.

Cloud clipboard improvement

The clipboard is a function that temporarily stores the contents of a document, picture or file copied or cut. With Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), Microsoft introduced support for Cloud Clipboard. If enabled, you can view the history of data that was cut or copied from the document.

Currently, the clipboard can only be synced to Windows 10 devices, but this will change because you can quickly sync your PC's clipboard to your phone. This means that you can finally view your PC clipboard from your phone.

For example, if you copy text (phone number, address) on your PC, you can access the text on your phone.

All of these changes are expected to be updated in Windows 10 19H1, which will be available early next year.

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