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How to Send link to Computer PC from Edge Android

We can easily send the links to connected Windows computer from our Edge browser for Android. However, we need to first congiure the YourPhone app on both the device and sign-in with the same Microsoft account to sync to happen. You can also share files, media and launch all phone data using YourPhone App on Windows.

We can easily switch between devices and continue reading across the device browser within the Microsoft Edge network. If you use the Edge browser on multiple devices like Desktop, PC, Tablets, and mobile phones, you must sign in with your Microsoft account, which will help connect and send links across devices.

However, you won’t be able to use this function without a login. It’s something similar to what we have for the Chrome browser. If your device is linked with the same Microsoft account, you cross to send the links and continue taking it over.

For example, you are commuting to work and reading through an article related to your industry or job. After reaching your office, you can send the link to your PC and continue reading there. I also had the same problem, I like to read on big screens, but while going to the office, I cannot take the entire PC, so I read the blogs on the phone and continue the leftover on my PC by sharing the site link on Edge.

I often use this feature to read on the go and then continue on PC. Isn’t that so cool?

Send Link to Computer PC

You can send a link from your mobile phone’s edge browser to a computer PC. However, you must configure the Android mobile and Windows 10 with your Phone App. The Edge sent to the phone is a fantastic feature.

Here are the steps to send a link from the Edge browser on Android to a desktop PC:

Assuming you’ve already signed in to your Microsoft account on Edge browser on PC and mobile.

  1. Launch the Microsoft Edge Android browser.
  2. Open the Website link that you need to send across the device.
  3. Tap on the Share icon in the bottom bar.
  4. Select the option Continue on PC.
    Continue on PC option on Edge Android
  5. Choose the Desktop PC name from the available list.
  6. Notice the popup notification on the PC for incoming link requests.

When you click the link or open the Edge browser on a computer, the link will start loading automatically.

Using similar steps, you can also share the link from the PC to the desktop device.

Video Demo: Sending Link from Edge Android

Here is a quick video on sending a website link from the Edge Android browser to Windows PC or Microsoft Signed-in device. It can help you continue on PC or phone as per your needs.

How to Send link to Computer PC from Edge Android?

I hope you liked the video. Do share with your friends or family who may find the Microsoft edge send to phone feature helpful.

Bottom Line: Edge Android Send Link to PC

If you configure your phone app or even log in to the Microsoft account into the Edge browser, the link-sharing and sending links will be quite an easy and seamless process.

Whenever I read an article on my PC and have to go out for any reason, I use the Edge send-to-phone option to continue on the phone. It may also be applicable and vice versa. Thus, it is a handy feature. So, overall, Edge has this brilliant feature to connect your Android phone to your PC, which will ease your work by saving you time.

Similarly, you can also send the link from a PC to a mobile phone or even another computer on the Edge computer. However, you must use your mobile app to log in with the same Microsoft account.

Do you like the link-sharing feature in Edge Android? How often do you switch between mobile and edge computer browsers?

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