Transfer files directly
Since Apple focuses on its own devices, it is not possible to use Windows 10 or Airdrop for Android. However, you don't have to have almost the same direct file transfer options. We have proposed two airdrop alternatives.
With Apple's Airdrop software, you can transfer files exclusively between iPhone, iPad and Mac directly over WiFi. Therefore, Windows 10 has no airdrop. However, you don't have to have almost the same options to send files. Microsoft has installed similar features in the Windows 10 environment version. In another manual, we will show you how to use this feature to transfer files directly to a nearby computer.
If you also want to use this "Windows Airdrop" on your Android device or iPhone, then you are still investigating because despite the promise, Microsoft has not submitted the application. Both Airdrop and Windows 10 environment versions use a direct connection between terminal devices for file transfers without bypassing via a central hotspot or router. On Apple, under Windows and other systems Wi-Fi Direct, this is called Apple Wireless Direct Link [AWDL].
With Filedrop, a practical Airdrop clone is available for Windows 10, which is also available for MacOS, iOS and Android. You can use it to comfortably transfer files between all systems without having to use Airdrop or the environment to unnecessarily restrict yourself. Important: Filedrop does not use direct connections between connected devices. However, as long as they are all connected to the same network, you will get great comfort. Without the Internet, you can still use environmental sharing between Windows 10 devices.
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