Your smartphone and PC can be on better speaking terms courtesy of the Windows 10 Fall Creators update.
You use Windows 10 and you use an iPhone or Android phone. How can you tag team your Windows device and your smartphone? The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update can help.
The latest update to Windows brings with it a new relationship between Windows and your smartphone. You can open a web page on your phone and then send it to your PC to pick up where you left off. With an Android phone, you can also send a photo, video, or document to your PC. And you can run the new mobile version of Microsoft Edge on your smartphone so your favorites and passwords are synced between your Windows PC and your phone.
Let’s check out how to link your smartphone with Windows 10 courtesy of the Fall Creators Update.
For the linking to work as I describe here, you’ll need an iPhone or an Android phone and you’ll need to have the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update installed on your PC.
|Note: If you’re not sure whether you have the latest Windows update, here’s one way to check. Open Settings and click on the System category. At the System screen, click on the About setting. Look for the version number. If it says 1709, then you’ve got the update.
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