Microsoft introduced the ability to make and receive calls through the “Your Phone” app for Windows Insiders test users in December. The feature is now being rolled out to regular Windows 10 users. The need to dial the phone may require more permissions to surrender the Windows system, and only confirm the first time you use it.
Microsoft’s You Phone app is available for all iOS and Android phones, but it’s better than high-end Android phones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Microsoft has also recently added improved phone library features to the app, enabling the use of touch screens on pCs to interact with your phone, supporting dual SIM calling and sending text messages, better notification alerts and features such as transferring battery status and wallpaper to a PC, and supporting pen input, as well as copying and pasting across devices.