Microsoft and Samsung have cooperated together over the past years, with the aim of making the operating system (Windows 10) better connected to Samsung devices, and the last joint project between them is a new application called (Quick Share) that will make transferring files between Windows 10 computers and phones Samsung is a very easy process.
But how does Quick Share bring the best of macOS to Windows 10:
The (Quick Share) application has finally arrived on the Microsoft Store, where the details on the application page in the store indicate that the application will be able to share files wirelessly between Windows 10 and Samsung Galaxy phones, and this includes: photos, documents, and everything else that you may want to transfer From supported Galaxy phone to Windows 10 computer or vice versa.
The (Quick Share) application is Microsoft’s practical response to Apple’s AirDrop feature, but the downside is that only Galaxy phone users will be able to use the application, in addition to that, the Galaxy phone must work with the OneUI 2 operating interface from Samsung or later, and the OS version (Android 10) or later.
Unlike Apple’s (AirDrop) feature, Samsung’s Quick Share application will support cloud computing, as it will allow users to upload files to the Samsung Cloud cloud service, where those files can be broadcast to devices that support Samsung’s Internet of Things platform Samsung Smart Things . Files can be up to 1 GB, with support for 2 GB per day sharing.
It is worth noting that Samsung is not the only company that provides a file sharing application for users of phones running the Android operating system, as Google is also working on a feature called Nearby Sharing that allows them to quickly share files, links and pictures over a Wi-Fi connection or data connection, or in the mode Not contacting easily. Integrating the feature with desktop computers is not as easy as expected.