Sunday 25 July 2021

How to enable shared device sharing in Windows 10


Sharing neighboring devices is a new feature added to windows 10 for exchanging files between computers via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. You can share documents, photos, and other files on computers near you via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. However, in order to be able to use it, computers must support Bluetooth or be connected to the same Wi-Fi network and of course run some version of Windows 10 from 1803 onwards. Before proceeding below, we must check which version of windows we are using. To see it, right click on the windows startmenu and click on the system. If you are running another older version and want to upgrade click here.



To activate the relevant setting, follow the simple steps below. In the Windows menu, right-click and select System.


In the next tab in the search field, type common use and click on the field   settings for sharing neighboring devices.


In the next tab, select the option sharing neighboring devices and select the field those who are near me.


The setup is now complete. Now to send a file to another computer near you just right click on the file and then click common use.


In the next tab you will see click on the computer you want to send it.


From there, in order for the file to be transferred, the computer you are sending it will simply have to accept the invitation.

Finally, if for some reason we want to disable the sharing of neighboring devices we can do so by clicking on the Windows notification field and clicking on the corresponding option.
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