Galaxy Books Delivers Next Level Mobile Computing Experiences with Windows 11 – Samsung Newsroom UK





LONDON, UK – 8e October 2021 – the Designed to work seamlessly with other Galaxy devices, including your tablet, smartphone and wearables, the Galaxy Book series is about to get even more powerful. at 5e In October, Microsoft launched the all-new Windows 11, an operating system (OS) that includes such enhanced features, a split-screen, multi-window user interface, expanded availability of Android apps for PC, a sleeker interface, and more, which perfectly complements on the Galaxy Book series with an emphasis on mobile-forward computing experiences.

Maximizing Mobility and Ecosystem Experiences

Much like the future mobile experiences users will get with the introduction of Windows 11, the Samsung Galaxy Book series has been designed after careful observation of changing lifestyle trends and needs to develop devices that maximize mobility and work effortlessly with your other Galaxy devices at home. and at work.

With link to Windows[1], you can connect your Galaxy smartphone to your Galaxy Book series device to maximize productivity by taking advantage of the larger screen space and using your favorite mobile apps with the convenience of the PC environment. The update lets you check your phone’s connection status, manage sound controls, and even enable ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode on your Galaxy Book series, all using the familiar user interface, just like you see on your Galaxy smartphones and tablets. for more seamless control from your PC. Link to Windows also comes with dark mode for comfortable viewing experiences no matter the time of day.

Along with the launch of Windows 11, Live Wallpaper on the Galaxy Book series[2] has also been upgraded. Live Wallpaper now supports the same user interface as on your Galaxy smartphones and tablets, as well as the same Dynamic Wallpaper images as on Galaxy Dynamic Lockscreen. Users can enjoy a range of high-quality background images from 10 different Dynamic Wallpaper categories that are exclusive to this feature. With the Live Wallpaper update, you can enjoy the same wallpaper on all your Galaxy mobiles, tablets and PCs.

For even more mobility with your device, Samsung has also introduced Bixby on Windows for Galaxy Book users[3] to provide you with an intuitive way to interact with your PC. With simple voice commands, you can search for files, open apps and settings, and even control devices within your SmartThings-registered device ecosystem. Just say “Hi Bixby” or press CTRL, Shift and B or FN and B at the same time to activate the Bixby on Windows feature and enjoy an easy installation by visiting the Microsoft Store or searching for Bixby in your Windows taskbar .

The Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G will be the first Samsung laptop to ship with Windows 11. Existing devices from the Galaxy Book series[4] are also compatible with Windows 11 and users are eligible for a free upgrade to this new operating system. Detailed information about the upgrade process can be found on the official Microsoft website.

[1] Users must link their Galaxy device to their Windows PC via ‘Link to Windows’ on the phone and the Your Phone app on the PC, and follow the installation instructions, including being signed in to the same Microsoft account. Link to Windows comes preloaded on select Galaxy devices. Your phone requires a Windows 10 update on the PC. Your phone requires the Galaxy device to be turned on and connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the PC. Some mobile apps may restrict content sharing on other screens or may require a touchscreen to interact with them. Multiple Android applications can be launched simultaneously up to 5 at a time

[2] The upgrade to Live Wallpaper will go live on October 5 at 3pm GMT. It is available on all Galaxy Book series that support Windows 10 and 11. ARM-based (Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book S, etc.) PCs do not support this feature.

[3] Bixby on Windows for the Galaxy Book series is available for Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book Pro 360 and Galaxy Book Pro devices, both 5G and LTE models. The currently supported languages ​​are only Korean and English.

[4] Visit Samsung.com for a list of models available for the Windows 11 update




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