For the uninitiated, Continuum is a feature in Windows 10 that adjusts the UI for either touch or typing on the fly when a user goes from using their computer in tablet mode to laptop mode or vice versa. Here's how Microsoft describes it:
Windows 10 adjusts your experience for your activity, device and display, so you can do your thing in any mode anytime you want. Onscreen features, like menus and task bars, adapt for easy navigation. Apps are built to scale smoothly from screen to screen so they look good from the smallest app window up to the largest 8k displays*. You can even change from desktop to tablet mode anytime you want – your screen will give you a smooth transition and a beautiful display. Available exclusively on Windows, Continuum is designed to ensure that the best screen is always the one you're on.
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Source: Windows Blog