Galaxy Note 10: How to connect to Windows computer

Here below am going to explain How to connect Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to Windows computer.

Galaxy Note 10: How to connect to Windows computer

Samsung and Microsoft have had many years of cooperation, thanks to which many useful products have appeared, and one of the most significant is the integration of mobile devices with the Windows desktop platform. So far this feature is available only on the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus.

It’s about “Connecting to Windows.” This feature will allow you to receive notifications about messages from your phone, as well as view the last 25 photos on your computer screen.

What do you need to set up “Connect to Windows” on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, you ask? You need to register a Microsoft account, if you do not have one, and install the “Your Phone” application from Microsoft. But the last step is not necessary if you are using a fresh build of Windows since the program is preinstalled there.

How to connect Galaxy Note 10 to Windows

1. Pull down on the notification shade and tap “Link to Windows”

2. Sign in with the same Microsoft account that you are signed in with on your computer

3. On your computer, download the “Your Phone” app from the Microsoft Store

4. Launch the Your Phone app on your computer and tap “My PC is ready.” Should you need any help with the sign-in procedure, tap “Show me how.”

In the video (embedded above), you can see that there’s a “Phone Screen” tab in the PC companion app. It is still not available in the version you can download from Microsoft’s store, but it is likely on the way. When it rolls out, you’ll be able to see your phone’s screen on your computer and, possibly, interact with it.
Keep in mind that Windows Link was released just recently, so it’s far from its final form. Samsung says that the roster of features will expand considerably in upcoming updates.


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