Setch 360, which started off as a Microsoft Garage project for Windows 10, is finally available once again on Surface Duo. Microsoft shared the app today, along with a bit of a behind-the-scenes look at how it all came together.
Microsoft Launcher on Surface Duo is getting its own Screen Time feature, something that's been available on other Android devices for a while, but was curiously missing on Surface Duo at launch. Screen Time lets you see an overview of your device usage, including screen on time, how many times you've opened apps, and how much time you've spent inside an app.
Microsoft's SwiftKey app on Surface Duo can now be used when spanned across both displays in thumb typing mode. This allows users to use both their thumbs on either screen when in dual-screen mode to type, making typing much more comfortable.
If you're still mulling a Surface Duo, the run-up to Black Friday brings a pretty sterling deal. You can save $200 on Microsoft's foldable when you bundle it up with a Surface Slim Pen and a pair of Surface Earbuds.
Surface Duo owners will want to check out these two new (and free) helper apps that help make life easier. One lets you pick which display to share in a screenshot, while the other always forces the web browser to open on the second display. Need more info? Here is what you need to know and where to get these apps.
e're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Dan share the top 5 new features in the Windows 10 October 2020 Update, and talk about a temporary $200 discount on Surface Duo.
It's a good time to save a little cash on Surface Duo if you've been eyeing one lately. Best Buy is currently shaving $300 off the price of Microsoft's dual-screen device, so long as you activate it the same day. Without activation, you'll still get a pretty sweet $200 discount.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Dan and Zac talk about the Windows 10X out-of-box experience, which may be coming to Windows 10, and there's an update to Edge that adds a price checker for online shopping.
Microsoft pushed out the first of many monthly updates for its Surface Duo. While the company provided a general changelog, users of the innovative dual-screen device may want to know what precisely was addressed by this week's update. Windows Central has all the details, as well as what comes next.
If you're worried about the Surface Duo chassis cracking near the Type-C charger, these magnetic adapters are a simple trick to reduce charging wear-n-tear. Here's our quick review of one kit that works quite well.
There are plenty of places to get skins for your Surface Duo, but these might be some of the wildest. Mighty Skins has tons of designs based on pop culture, art, and even the option to create a custom skin.
The first monthly update for Surface Duo since its September launch is now rolling out. This update is expected to include Android's October security patch, along with bug fixes and usability improvements across the board.
If you own a Surface Duo, there's a relatively small number of accessories available for it at the moment. Fortunately for fans of high-end leather accessories, Noreve has a super customizable pouch for the folding device that starts at $49.
We've seen the Surface Duo delicately torn down by iFixit, but now it's time for a much messier teardown. YouTuber JerryRigEverything has ripped into Duo to get at its hinge, and it turns out it's a surprisingly simple setup.
Microsoft's upcoming Surface Duo smartphone will feature a Snapdragon 855, along with 6GB RAM, up to 256GB storage options, and an 11MP camera for photo and video. It'll also have AMOLED displays, and a 3460mAh battery for power throughout the day.
If you're looking to spice up your Surface Duo, these new official protective bumpers in blue, red, or dark grey should do the job. Unfortunately, at $40, you'll have to think long and hard at which color you want.