Microsoft released two insider builds yesterday. This time, the new update is available for both mobile and PC devices. Both of the builds bring many new features and improvements. Before updating that, be sure to read this out.
What’s New in Build 15235 for Mobile
Switch to portrait mode orientation in Continuum
Are you an Windows Insider who is loving the convenience of Continuum by carrying your PC in your pocket? We have heard your VERY PASSIONATE feedback and just made it better. We’re excited to introduce portrait mode support for Continuum starting with this build of Windows 10 Mobile.
Without portrait mode support, the landscape rendering of Continuum from your phone on a portrait oriented monitor would look like this:
Now, it will look like this:
To enable this, go to Settings > System > Display on your device and change the display orientation to “Portrait” and press apply.
If your phone is connected to a monitor via cable, your phone will ask you to disconnect and reconnect the cable to the external display and press ok to change the orientation to portrait. If your phone is connected to a monitor via Wi-Fi, your phone will ask you to disconnect and reconnect to your wireless display. Once this is done, your phone will remember the orientation and you will not have to repeat the setup process when connecting again to the same monitor.
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