Microsoft just announced Continuum for Windows Phone 10 during the Build keynote...so I guess you have your answer. :-) http://www.engadget.com/2015/04/29/continuum-windows-10-phone/ http://www.buildwindows.com/


Lumia 640 does not support the minimum requirements for Continuum. The processor of Lumia 640 is an old chipshet. It does not require a phone that came preinstalled with the Windows 10 Mobile as said by @kelvinelove. Continuum was even demonstrated in a low end phone by a hacker. I don't have that link now. However the performance was terible. There is a ...


From: Windows Help - Set up Continuum for phones Set up Continuum for phones How you set up Continuum for phones depends on what type of hardware you’ve got. Here's what you'll need to get started.  (Click image to see animation) A TV or monitor with HDMI input. A Windows 10 Mobile phone that’s compatible with Continuum for phones. A compatible ...


I'm gonna have to say "no", because, first off, the Lumia 640XL does not support Continuum. Continuum is available on Windows 10 Mobile specific hardware, that is, phones that were designed specifically to work with Windows 10 Mobile as their initial OS. The Lumia 640XL supports Windows 10 Mobile, and can get it through an upgrade, but it doesn’t have the ...


You need to download the "Wireless Display Adapter" application from the store. Once connected to your Wireless Display Adapter you can launch the app and change the scaling...


Whilst this option remains in the desktop edition of Windows 10, there is no taskbar customisation to enable this when running a phone in continuum mode. (As tested with a retail Lumia 950)


Project my screen app from Microsoft for windows phone allows this. It's for Win8/10 only and has some limitations. Install it on desktop, plug in phone, enable screen sharing on phone.

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