Connecting your phone to your Windows 10 PC has never been easier—and with the hints Microsoft has dropped as part of the Fall Creators Update, it looks like the phone will be a big deal in future PCs. Right now, if you own either an Android phone or an Apple iPhone, you can reply to texts right from your PC

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3 ways Windows 10 connects to your Android and iOS phones to make a better PC

Windows 10’s My People feature addresses a need some of us have, at least some of the time: a simple reminder that our friends are thinking about us. My People is a new feature within the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update . (Note: We’ve tested it as part of Windows 10’s Insider Program, so Microsoft may still be ironing out any small bugs we experienced.) It allows you to select your three best friends and symbolically place them near you, via icons in the taskbar.

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Windows 10’s My People: Microsoft makes it easy to just wave hello

Microsoft’s TruePlay is just one of dozens of features debuting with Windows 10’s  Fall Creators Update , but one of the few Microsoft didn’t really talk about. Thanks to a rather technical  MSDN support page  Microsoft posted, we now more about this anti-cheating technology for PC gaming, built right into Windows 10.

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Windows 10’s TruePlay gaming tech starts sniffing out cheaters