In Microsoft's patent description, "Computer devices with multiple screens can render programs and multimedia content on a wider range of screens, including all screens. But when the device is deployed, the device may not be able to maintain the quality of the content, and May result in a discontinuous appearance"
The patent states: "Although mobile computing devices with hinged connections allow the main and auxiliary screens to be arranged side by side, dual-screen devices should be able to use other suitable layouts, such as up and down to display the GUI."
Microsoft stated in the patent specification: "As mentioned above, when displaying a GUI in a multi-screen device, the main view on the home screen may include all and a subset of the contents of the GUI startup window, ie the main content of the GUI; and the auxiliary screen The auxiliary view may include a subset, or the startup window content without the GUI, which needs to be connected to the main screen to be used. From a technical point of view, the main content and related information are different on each screen, and each application and application The original rendering content in the startup window of the program is different."