Windows 10 Mobile Preview – now you can text from your PC

Windows 10 Mobile Preview – now you can text from your PC

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Windows 10 Mobile Preview – now you can text from your PC

Windows 10 Mobile Preview – now you can text from your PC: The new Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview whose build is 14327 will now let you easily send and receive cellular text messages from your tablet or Windows 10 PC with the help of a very new app called Messaging Everywhere.Windows 10 Mobile Preview – now you can text from your PC

Windows 10 Mobile Preview – now you can text from your PC

So, to use this new feature you will require to have Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview like the Lumia 950 or Lumia 650. All you need to do is that just go in the settings app and turn on ‘Send texts on all my Windows devices’ option on the smartphone under Messaging everywhere i.e. Beta. Then on the PC select to which of the phone you have to send the messages through. Then the new app will sync with all the connected Windows 10 devices and will let you send and receive the messages even without the handset.

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The update of Windows 10 mobile Insider Preview will now eliminate the Skype integration from the Windows Mobile messaging. In the upcoming build, the app later will be replaced by the Universal Windows Platform version. So till then you can use the existing Skype for the Windows Phone app that is available in the Windows Store, ‘said by the Gabe Aul , the Corporate Vice President of Engineering Systems Team.

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Also a number of issues has been fixed like regarding

  • Windows Hello
  • Locking or unlocking of screen
  • Apps failing to launch
  • Keyboard
  • Bluetooth tethering
  • And much more

With the updated Windows Insiders, you can now create and also send group messages, can easily make group audio or video calls. One other feature has also been added i.e. the ability to delete and edit the messages to manage any faux pas.

The Skype team also reveals some updates like features of group calling and leveraging the benefits of the Skype integration on the Windows 10.