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Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10

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Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10

Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10

Microsoft has introduced a new Shared Experiences feature in Windows 10 Creators Update. Using the built-in Shared Experiences feature in Windows 10, you can share experiences, send messages, web links, open apps across other devices including other Windows PCs, Windows Phones as well as Android devices.

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The Creators Update also added a new settings interface at Settings > System > Shared Experiences. From here, you can disable this feature, if you like. It’s enabled by default.


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Here you will see a switch that lets you toggle the Share across devices feature to the On or Off position.

The default “My devices only” option only allows apps running on devices you’ve signed into with the same Microsoft account to use this feature. You can also select “Everyone nearby” if you want to give everyone near you permission to use the cross-device communication feature with your PC.
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