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Microsoft put option for DPI scaling in Windows 10 mobile
Microsoft has put an option for DPI scaling in Windows 10 Mobile, allowing users ‘phablet-‘ or ‘tablet interface’ use. At the same time, Microsoft has removed the Android subsystem in the latest build of its mobile operating system.
With DPI scaling the interface can be made smaller, which thus fit on the screen. It is a slider in the Settings menu, writes WMPoweruser. At the lowest setting for tablets for example, adjusts the Edge Browser themselves so that the interface is similar to that of the desktop version, marks the site. Mail and calendar to get a split-screen interface. However, letters and buttons are smaller by the action.
It is unknown whether this is a temporary setting in the preview version or Microsoft plans to offer smaller interface as a standard feature in Windows 10 mobile. This Windows 10 mobile might be the first mobile operating system with DPI scaling. Android is the function is useful, but it is not accessible via the Settings menu, although manufacturers though be built into individual devices.
The new build is not only added DPI scaling, there is also removed one function: the subsystem running unmodified Android apps possible made. Possibly Microsoft has decided to remove it temporarily, gambling Windows Blog Italia. In the emulator, based on a newer build, the subsystem is well again.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has in Netherlands announced the release dates of its Lumia with Windows 10 mobile. The devices come in early December on the market. The Lumia 550 costs 129 euros and 599 euros Lumia 950 should yield. For the Lumia 950 XL Microsoft charges $ 699, but in doing so, users Display Dock for Continuum worth 99 euros.Viewing:-141
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