Announced during day one of Microsoft Build, the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, brings exciting news for Android users.
The update already brings some highly-anticipated features, such as an entire Linux subsystem (complete with Unix’s Bash shell), easy porting of older Win32 and .NET applications to the Windows App Store and better integration between devices — a change that would see PC, mobile device, Xbox One, HoloLens and IoT customers essentially running the same operating system, the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
But, the most handy one perhaps, is the feature to monitor your notifications from your PC itself.
One of the benefits of the Mac ecosystem has always been ‘Messages’ — a cross-device messaging platform that allows you to send and receive messages from a laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
This is a big win for Windows fans and one that Android/Windows users have been waiting for.