All that’s coming to Windows 10 Mobile in the future is enhancements to Continuum to make it better for enterprise use as a replacement option for lightweight computing. Which would be wonderful… if Continuum ran x86 (traditional Windows) programs. Or even two programs at once. But it can’t. So even as a once strong proponent of the OS, it’s very hard to find anything in the future that might suit Windows 10 Mobile, aside from those aforementioned enterprises who can work around the limitations, such as with HP’s virtualization software. But for us consumers? It is dead.