Microsoft says, although in an early stage, the SDK will provide native Windows APIs for dual screen development and a dual screen Hyper V emulator. The support will enable developers to deploy and test their apps, including Win 32 apps and existing Universal Windows Platform UWP apps. A blog post by Kevin Gallo, Corporate Vice President, Windows Developer Platform highlighted, In November, we shared our vision for dual screen devices and how this new device category will help people get more...

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