Although you can transfer your files using a USB flash drive or an external hard disk drive, it is time-consuming. It may also happen you don’t have an external drive that you can use to transfer the files between computers. In such a case, you can use Bluetooth technology. Bluetooth is one of the best and most convenient ways to connect to nearby devices for sharing files wirelessly. You can use this function if you don’t have any other media to transfer the files between PCs. There is no need for an Ethernet cable, Wi-Fi, USB, HDD, etc., to transfer the files between Windows 11 computers.
Bluetooth is ancient technology, and it is a built-in feature in most Windows notebooks and computers.
In this growupwindows article, you will learn to transfer files between two different Windows 11 PCs using Bluetooth.
How to Move Files Between Two Windows 11 PCs with Bluetooth?
To transfer files between two Windows 11 computers using Bluetooth, you need to pair both computers first, and after that, you can move files between computers.
To move files between two different Windows 11 PCs using Bluetooth, use these steps-
Step 1. Turn on Bluetooth on both computers.
To do that, click anywhere on the
Step 2. Next, you need to pair both computers with Bluetooth. To do that, open the Settings app on any of the computers (To open the Settings app, press the
Step 3. Then, click on the
Step 4. On the right-side pane, click on the
Step 5. When you’re done, a pop-up window will appear on the screen. Here, click on the
Step 6. Now, your other computer will appear here. Click on the computer’s name to communicate with another PC.
Step 7. Once done, you will see the
Step 8. Now, another pop-up window will appear on both computers. Click the
Step 9. Now, you will see the Connection succeeded message on both computers.
That’s it! Both computers can now communicate with each other.
Step 10. Right-click on the
Step 11. Now, paired PC will appear in the list. Click on the computer name to select it and then press the
Step 12. Click on the
Step 13. Then, click on the
Step 14. On the next computer where you would like to receive the file, right-click on the
Step 15. That’s it! On your next computer, you will see that the file has been received.
Until both your PCs are paired with Bluetooth, you can transfer files from either computer. If you have to transfer many files from one to another computer, make a Zip file and transfer them in one go.