You can easily share files between nearby PCs and Laptops over the network. By doing this, there is no need to waste your time by copying the content to a pen drive from one computer and pasting it to another.
This feature on Windows PCs is extremely useful for small and large businesses alike.
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How to share files between nearby PCs or Laptops in Windows:
Start transferring Files Between a laptop and a desktop PC:
What is a file transfer between computers?
File sharing is a feature used to transfer any kind of file from one nearby PC or Laptop to another over the network.
Does it require the network to share files between PCs?
Yes, a network connection is required to share files between PCs in Windows.
How do I disable Nearby Sharing if I no longer want to use it?
Go to “Settings,” select “System,” choose “Shared experiences,” and turn off “Nearby Sharing.”
What if the recipient declines the file I’m sharing via Nearby Sharing?
The recipient has the choice to decline or accept the file transfer request.
What’s the maximum file size I can share using Nearby Sharing?
Nearby Sharing supports various file sizes, but very large files may take longer to transfer.
Can I share files with multiple PCs simultaneously using Nearby Sharing?
No, Nearby Sharing supports one-to-one file transfers between nearby devices.