Link an Android Phone to Windows 10
Edited by Jay
One handy feature that came with the Windows Fall Creators Update is Continue on PC. It allows users to continue what they are doing on their mobile device (Android or iOS), over on their Windows 10 computer. With the help of the Microsoft Launcher app, users can transfer websites and images or video by simply sharing them via their mobile device.
For instance, if you find a useful website or page while on your Android phone, you can share it right from the browser you're using, and it will instantly load on your PC. Let's face it; sometimes you find a website and the mobile version just doesn't cut it. With the Continue on PC feature you can hop on your computer without having to write down or email any links.
The same thing goes for picture or videos. Most of us use our smartphones as our primary camera. If you'd rather not connect your device to your PC with a USB cable, you can share an image or video with Continue on PC.
In the following tutorial, we'll walk through the steps involved in linking an Android phone to a PC running Windows 10. We'll also show how to share a website and image with the Continue on PC feature. For this article, we used a Google Pixel running Android Oreo, the Google Photos app, and Google Chrome.
Link Android Phone to Windows 10
Send a Website to your Computer with Continue on PC