Windows Phone features make their way into Windows 10

Microsoft is starting to bring some of its useful Windows Phone features directly into Windows 10. The software maker released an update to its Windows 10 Technical Preview earlier today, and the latest build now includes the same Action Center (Notification Center) from the phone side of Windows. alongside DataSense and Battery Saver. All three features come directly from the latest versions of Windows Phone and underline Microsoft’s plans to offer Windows 10 across PC, tablet, phone, and Xbox. It’s a single version of Windows so expect to see more of these shared features in the coming months.

DataSense isn’t fully implemented in Windows 10, but the feature is designed to track Wi-Fi and cellular data usage as well as the ability to…

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