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Microsoft has been working on some major upgrades for Windows Phones with the introduction of CShell on the phone to bring similar UI across the Windows Ecosystem for the existing Windows 10 shell components like Start screen, action center etc. Composable Shell (CShell) is basically an ‘adaptive shell’ that scale Windows 10 to any form depending on the screen size of the device. Recently we had reported a video being leaked of the new UI the company is currently working on with CShell.

Today aggiornamentilumia has posted a video of the improved Continuum with the presence of CShell on an internal Windows 10 mobile build running on Lumia 950XL. Have a look at the video below demonstrating every new change over the older version of continuum without CShell.

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Here are the improvements:

  • Now there is no status bar on the top of the continuum screen rather it is where it was supposed to be i.e. at the bottom right corner of the taskbar and looks exactly like on Windows 10 PCs.
  • Now you can resize, maximize, minimize the app the similar to the way we do it in PC and allows us to work on different apps simultaneously in windowed mode.
  • You can also move the taskbar to any side of the screen the same way as we can move it on top/left/right.

Improved continuum is a step in the right direction but the lack of information officially on its availability still keeps the future of Windows 10 Mobile in dark.

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