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Topic # 230539 28-Feb-2018 13:01
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Ive tried some. None of this is new, I was using a launcher 3-4 years ago.

 

And MS have basically been in hiding working on Andromeda Continuum which will be the ultimate single device required.

 

But what about those that dont own a Samsung, have you had much success with Launchers?

 

I personally dont need a notebook but I do want desktop features, Win 10 continuum was the best but they let that die out for the above reasons.

 

I thought about an iPad Pro, but you cant even use a BT mouse with it, no thanks.

 

Im trying out Leena right now, but there are issues with youtube, it wont resize, it is almost perfect :-(.

 

If you have found a good launcher for youtube, netflix, web browser, Office (or libre office etc) let me know please.

 

Thanks :-)


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  Reply # 1965837 28-Feb-2018 13:21
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So you're asking for a Dex-style, desktop imitation launcher as opposed to a launcher in the generic Android context of homescreen app?

 

If so check out Sentio Desktop.




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  Reply # 1966079 28-Feb-2018 19:30
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Yep. Sentio is one I use to use.

 

any other good ones?


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