The newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus both support the company’s Dex mode, which is essentially a desktop PC interface designed to replace or augment a traditional desktop computer. In previous iterations, Dex required you to plug the phone directly into a monitor but this made the feature’s usefulness somewhat limited. Thankfully that’s no longer the case.While you can still connect your phone directly to a monitor to trigger Dex, there’s a whole new way of doing it that makes the feature much more robust.The new Note 10 Dex setup is a big step forwardWith the Note 10 family, all you need to get the Dex desktop to work is your Windows PC and a USB cable. Once you connect the Note 10 to your PC via the USB cable, Dex will show up a separate window within your Windows 10. This means you don’t have to unplug your desktop computer from a monitor to connect your phone. It also makes Dex much more mobile as you can now use it with your laptop.The new Dex mode basically works similarly to running a virtual desktop OS instead of Windows. The window gives you all the functionality… Read full this story
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