Android phones allow users to customize what's called a "launcher" that appears when you press the Home button -- a feature that iPhone doesn't have. Microsoft Launcher, which is based on Fluent design, allows you to further customize what you see. In addition to "Continue on PC," you can place icons of your favorite people on your home screen. It also offers The Feed, where you can find your most-used apps, recent news, important events and more, all tailored to your needs. You can access The Feed by swiping right.
Microsoft Launcher also offers full customization capabilities. Not only do you have the ability to change backgrounds, but it offers "gesture" support to make you as productive as possible. The app is available in Preview for now, and it's open to any Android user. If you're on the Arrow Launcher beta, you'll automatically get the Microsoft Launcher update. Support for Continue on PC will arrive with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.