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You can now seamlessly transition a webpage browsed on an iPhone's to your PC on build 16251

It was only a couple days ago when build 16251 of Windows 10 for PCs headed to the Fast ring, offering Windows Insiders new voice commands for Cortana, an improved boot-up experience, and the ability to link your phone to your PC.

If unfamiliar, the ability to link a phone to PC was talked about at Build. This allows users to have a seamless experience and transition the content from their mobile phone's web browser to their PC. While this was previously available for Android devices, it now looks to be available for the iPhone as well.

In order to experience this feature, users simply need to be enrolled as an Insider, have the latest build and enroll their device by going into the 'Phone' menu on Windows. Once you have linked your phone, you will be sent an SMS, requesting the installation of 'Microsoft Apps'. After this is completed, you simply can start browsing the web like normal on your phone and whenever you feel the need to see it on your computer, simply share the website through the “Continue on PC” option. If you'd like, you can send feedback to the team using this link.

Source: JenMsft (Twitter)

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