For those unfamiliar with Apple’s OS X features, there is one particular feature called Handoff. The idea is that it allows users to pick up where they left off, meaning that if you’re browsing on your smartphone and you reach home, you can just pick up the browsing on your computer, as long as Bluetooth/WiFi is available.

Now last month there were rumors that Microsoft could be bringing a similar feature to Windows 10, and now thanks to a post on Reddit, it seems that new screenshots have emerged that shows the alleged feature. While we can’t be 100% sure of how it will work, the description in the screenshot certainly makes it sound like it will function the same way as OS X’s version.

However it does state that it will work over Bluetooth, which means that handing off to your PC might not be possible unless your PC or laptop has Bluetooth capabilities, but presumably it should play nicely with Windows 10-based tablets, so working between a Windows 10 Mobile smartphone and a Windows 10 tablet should be seamless.

Note that this isn’t the same as Continuum. Continuum is a Windows 10 feature that lets smartphones turn into a desktop when connected to a display, and while we suppose it does share some similar traits, it’s not exactly the same thing.

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