Okay, Windows 10 and Windows Phones haven't exactly burned up the mobile market. Windows 10 was a disaster on my new computer. It crashed when I tried to install some legacy Windows software that is essential to my practice, so I went back to my trusty Sony Tap 11 running Wndows 8.1. But, the ability of these new phones to run acceptably on a big screen, with a keyboard and a mouse, with a simple connection to the phone is pretty cool. As Continuum advances, it is likely that the mobile Windows phone will become the only computer many people need.