Microsoft Surface Duo

Using dual-screen

You can use both phone screens simultaneously, e.g. for multitasking or gaming.

Press the required app on one screen.
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Press the required app on one screen.

Slide your finger slowly upwards from the bottom of the screen and drag the app to the other screen.
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Slide your finger slowly upwards from the bottom of the screen and drag the app to the other screen.

Press the required app on one screen.
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You can use two different apps on each screen at once.

Press the required app on one screen.

Press the required app on the other screen.
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You can use two different apps on each screen at once.

Press the required app on the other screen.

Press and hold the first app.
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The first app in the app group will open on the left screen. If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press and hold the first app.

The first app in the app group will open on the left screen.
Press Groups.
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If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press Groups.

Press the second app.
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The second app in the app group will open on the right screen. If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press the second app.

The second app in the app group will open on the right screen.
Press Done.
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If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press Done.

Press the text input field and key in the required name of the app group.
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If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press the text input field and key in the required name of the app group.

Press Okay.
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If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press Okay.

Press the app group to open the two apps at the once.
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If you often use two apps together, you can create an app group in order to open both apps on each screen at once.

Press the app group to open the two apps at the once.

Press the required app.
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Some apps on your phone can be displayed in enhanced mode on both screens.

Press the required app.

Slide your finger slowly upwards from the bottom of the screen and drag the app to the middle of the two screens to turn on enhanced screen mode.
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Some apps on your phone can be displayed in enhanced mode on both screens.

Slide your finger slowly upwards from the bottom of the screen and drag the app to the middle of the two screens to turn on enhanced screen mode.

Slide your finger upwards starting from the bottom of the screen to end enhanced screen mode.
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Some apps on your phone can be displayed in enhanced mode on both screens.

Slide your finger upwards starting from the bottom of the screen to end enhanced screen mode.

Open the required app in enhanced mode.
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You can turn on laptop mode on your phone and use one screen as keyboard.

Open the required app in enhanced mode.

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You can turn on laptop mode on your phone and use one screen as keyboard.

Place your phone in a horizontal position.

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You can turn on laptop mode on your phone and use one screen as keyboard.

Press the text input field to activate the keyboard on the bottom screen.

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You can fold your phone and use one screen only. You can choose which screen should remain active.

Fold your phone so the two screens are facing outwards to turn on single screen mode.

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You can fold your phone and use one screen only. You can choose which screen should remain active.

To change between the screens, point the screen which is turned off towards you and press twice anywhere on the screen.

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