Windows 10 Mobile will soon be shedding the reskinned version of the 8.1 WiFi settings menu to match a better responsive one that we have on Windows 10 PCs..
“Coming to your phone with the next Insider build of RS2,” a tweet from Windows Insider Core revealed. The tweet also accompanied number of pics showing the new setting menu.
Another redsigned example in the tweet he showed is the new revamped Action Center “Also, in case you wondered how the RS2 Action Center welcome notification looks on phone, here it is.” he tweeted.
Another Windows 10 PCs feature that may soon add to Windows 10 Mobile is the new “Snooze” feature in Cortana and Edge.
Spotted recently in unreleased builds of Windows 10 Mobile, the feature lets you bookmark websites with names, places, times, and some general notes—irrespective of its name.
According a new report, Microsoft is internally testing “Snooze” that “allow Windows 10 Mobile users to set up Cortana reminders from any website,” revealed Aggionarmentilumia.it who spotted this first.
You can Snooze in the video below:
Microsoft is also looking to bring “safe driving mode” to mobile phones and cars. In the matter, the Redmond last week applied a new patent “safe driving mode” for mobile phones and a “safe driving service” which possibly it look to integrate into future smart cars.
The “safe driving service” could be implemented within a group of cars. “As a driver approaches a vehicle, the driver’s phone is identified to the vehicle and can be paired with the vehicle, such as via Bluetooth, WiFi, or other addressable device,” for example. “This may be integrated with a key fob location proximate the ignition switch in a vehicle and/or setup for different profiles based on the vehicle and phone to checkout a vehicle,” according patent description.
Windows 10 Anniversary Update introduces action center that lets you monitor and itneract with notifications and settings. Plus, now you can also get web notifications in your action center via Microsoft Edge from websites like web.skype.com or web.groupme.com.
Sure, it’s customizable too– launch settings -> system -> notifications and actions to enable and disable notifications that you want to see in action center.
To access action center, click the dialogue box at the bottom right corner of your screen, or by using the keyboard shortcut Windows key + A. Additionally, you can swipe left from the screen edge on touch devices or by tap four fingers on the track pad to launch action center.
Once launched, you’ll see new, fully customizable quick actions – settings you can change quickly, without going through the settings panel.