The world is moving towards more of a wireless communication rather than being held in between those clunky wires. The data sharing process these days demand utmost speed as it is one of the biggest computing needs these days. There are so many methods in the present time for the transfer of data between handheld devices. But in the case of PCs, it’s still not that easy.
Under these circumstances, the only two reliable methods are using Bluetooth or WiFi Direct to transfer the files on your PC, with the latter one being more efficient as it is much more speedy and reliable to be used.
Use of Bluetooth in Windows
Using Bluetooth in windows is pretty much the same as use in any other device. Just turn on the Bluetooth and connect it to the other device and send the required file. For doing this in windows, go to the Settings -> Change PC Settings -> PC and devices -> Devices. Here, select the “Bluetooth“.
Now you will be able to find Bluetooth option in the bottom of your screen, simply start using it as you use it normally.
Replacing Bluetooth with WiFi Direct
Now, leaving behind the Bluetooth technology, WiFi Direct has taken over and data transfer speed has increased many folds resultantly. Due to the transfer over a wireless network (WiFi), we have now achieved a new level of file transfer speed.
For using WiFi Direct, first, you need to check your device compatibility. Press the WIN+R, now right cmd command to open Command Prompt and write “ipconfig/all”. If your screen shows something like the one shown below, you’ll have to proceed to the next step which is to visit this site and download the relevant third party app according to your own PC.
Now to start sending the data by starting the Feem app on both the devices. For that, click the browse button. Select the file you want to send and you are done in a matter of seconds.