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Extending your Windows 10 desktop to an Android tablet is possible with the new 'Second Screen' function of the Galaxy Tab S7



Samsung has just presented the new experience of its Galaxy product ecosystem with an update to One UI 3 and among the specific news for its Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 + tablets, there are a new feature which will immediately remind you of the macOS Sidecar.



The name of the function is "Second Screen", and serves to extend your Windows 10 desktop to your tablet screen through a range of different modes, similar to how Sidecar works, but with their important differences.



Simultaneous control of the tablet and laptop



The second screen feature, as much as it is called that, is not exactly like simply having a second monitor in the form of a tablet connected to your laptop. If used in "extend" mode, you can connect your Windows 10 computer to work with two different applications on each screen.







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If used in "duplicate" mode, you can share the applications or documents you have on your tablet directly on your computer screen, and save those changes directly to your laptop.



Mirroring mode mirrors the Windows 10 screen with your tablet, allowing you to use unique tablet features, such as the S-Pen, or use it for presentations.



The characteristic requires a WiDi (Wireless Display) compatible computer, and Windows 10 2004 or later. At the moment it is known that it is compatible with laptops such as the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex, Galaxy Book Ion Galaxy Book S, and Samsung Notebook Plus.



It is not a function that at the moment too many users will be able to take advantage of since they specifically need to have one of the two Samsung tablets, but it is another example of how well Android and Windows 10 get along with the issue of continuity.



Via | MSPowerUser