How to Transfer Windows Files to Nearby Devices
Sharing Some File between one computer to another computer might be painful. Many people share their file through E-mail or by some cloud storage but what will you do when you want to share the file to your other computer or laptop. Email Work very slow and have some restriction of some format which you can’t send through email or flash drive is now growing old method.
In April 2018 the New Update, and the new feature in window 10 which is known as Nearby Share. This feature is having the same functionality like Apple’s AirDrop which helps you share your file Quickly up to you by Nearby Share Feature
So, in this article is will show you how to use this feature. Let’s gets Started
How to Share Windows Files to Nearby Devices
For using this feature, you should have to enable the Nearby Sharing on both machines. To this
- Settings > System > Shared experiences
You change your share your content setting from Everyone nearby or My devices only and change your file save location in this by default save location is C:/user/[User-name]/Downlaod/
You need to approve every share content when So You should have to leave this to Everyone.
How to Share a File to Nearby Devices in Steps
Now click on the file which you want to share the Right-click on it and click on the share option.
Click on the device name which you want to share. When you click on the device the file will start sending.
When you click on the device where you want to share there will be notification will appear you have to accept it.
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